The last time we saw the Air Jordan 4 “Military” was back in 2006 at a retail price of $115. Now, the OG colorway that originally released in 89, returns in 2012 once again after six years since it’s last release …

 

 

 

 

 

The last time we saw the Air Jordan 4 “Military” was back in 2006 at a retail price of $115. Now, the OG colorway that originally released in 89, returns in 2012 once again after six years since it’s last release.  Seen here again are some photos of the Air Jordan 4 “Military” that was recently reviewed by Sneak Geekz. Let us know what you think about this upcoming Air Jordan 4.

 

 

Air Jordan IV ‘Military Blue’
White/Neutral Grey-Military Blue
308497-105
06/09/2012

$160.00 – Men’s
$110.00 – Gradeschool
$70.00 – Preschool
$50.00 – Toddler
$42.00 – Infant

 

11 COMMENTS

    • How can you tell from these pics what the quality is like? You have probably never even seen original Militarys, never mind the retros, you mug. Go back to class or tumblr, or wherever you should be when you are posting trash on the internet

  1. So all of the 4s that release this year will include a hangtag? They can at least do that since the price is goin' up $45.

  2. So have the retros from 06 DS, and I must say this '12 retro looks a lot better than mine. The stars on the front toe box of these are perfectly aligned as opposed to mine, they look jumbled together.

  3. yea i copped the 06 pair for like 80 when i worked at nike those were the days this 160crap is crazy but im still gonna cop quality looks good

  4. I’m not even sure how Shoes from Air Randy look real as FUCK, when many believe they sell fakes. Whats up?!?!

  5. That's way too much. These have to be my favorite Jordan sneaker ever. I didn't have to wait inline for these, I didn't have to camp out. I didn't even have to know release dates. I was in 7th grade back then and they were $115. Now $160? Jordan is crazy.

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