Jordan Brand Unveil the 2020 Air Jordan 4 OG “Fire Red”

Jordan Brand Unveil the 2020 Air Jordan 4 OG “Fire Red”

OG Post 03.11.20 // You asked (a thousand times) and they’ve finally listened. The Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” will return in 2020, and it’s said to be arriving in true OG form for the very first time.

According to leak account @soledebrief,  the pair which was strangely absent from last year’s 30th-anniversary celebration of the Air Jordan 4 is a lock for Black Friday 2020. They also go on to suggest that it will be returning in OG form, including Nike Air branded heels, and a slightly higher rise (like the Air Jordan 3 “Red Cement”). It would be the first time the pair has re-released in OG form since it first dropped back in 1989, with 2006’s Mars Blackmon and 2012’s re-release both featuring Jumpman brand embellishments in the rear.

 

Update 09.09.20 // Nike has officially unveiled the return of the OG Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red”, with the below set of imagery hitting SNKRS App earlier today. It shows the 2020 pair in full detail for the first time, including that Nike Air booty and underfoot Nike branding. It also appears to rock a slightly higher cut, as per the original form from 1989. Grab a full look at the pair here below, and look for these to release November 27th, Black Friday, for $200.

Wanna know what other Jordan Retro drops are on the way this year? Catch the full-rundown of 2020 Jordan Release Dates here.

Air Jordan 4 OG “Fire Red”

Style Code: DC7770-160
Color: White/Black-Tech Grey-Fire Red
Release Date: November 27th, 2020
Price: $200

Where to Buy:
Nike.com @ 10 am ET
StockX
Stadium Goods
GOAT

 

 

 

Update 09.03.20 // First looks at the 2020 Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” OG have arrived courtesy of @zSneakerheadz. As expected, they arrive true to OG — but it’s yet to show the desirable Nike Air branding in the rear. Take in a first look at the pair here below, and you can be sure that a slew of info will follow in the coming weeks as we lead up to its return on November 27th, Black Friday, so make sure you’re tuned into our official Twitter account for further updates

 

(2012 release pictured below)

 

 

Images: GOAT

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