A HARD NUT TO CRACK
After the great success of Air Jordan 3, designer Tinker Hatfield faced a huge challenge. When in 1989 the world saw the latest Jordan, no one was impressed.
ONLY PATIENCE WAS NEEDED
There were different opinions about the "four", most considered them simply ugly, but after a while people began to see something unique in them. At the turn of the years they became the most cultured shoes!.
Perhaps such popularity owes to the fact that you can tie them in 18 ways? Maybe because they used the first combination of mesh and plastic grid? Or that Jordan for the third time in a row became the best scorer of the league and once again took part in the All-Star Weekend.