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The Return of the “Cool Grey” Retro IV

This Retro IV will feature an all grey upper, a chrome Jumpman logo on the heel, and also has maize accents throughout the sneaker.

Jordan Brand has been busy this summer! Adding Jason Tatum to the Jordan Brand, throwing a crazy event in Paris for the Quai 54 tournament, and more. The brand has been giving us some eye-popping releases such as the “Ferrari” Jordan retro XIV, the “LA to Chicago” Retro I, and the Travis Scott x Jordan Retro I. 

Now, we get the Air Jordan Retro IV “Cool Grey” for the first time since its original release celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Retro IV. Originally released in 2004, this sneaker has been one of the most sought-after Retro IV other than the OG colorways we all love. This Retro IV will feature an all grey upper, a chrome Jumpman logo on the heel, and also has maize accents throughout the sneaker. Look for these at Jordan Brand retailers on August 3rd for a price of $190. 

Seen on the feet of Nigel Sylvester recently in New York, this model is definitely a must-have for any Jordan head and look for more special Retro IV releases coming this year for the 30th anniversary. It is rumored that we may get the Retro IV “Black Cat” in 2020 so stay tuned! 

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    Mr. Skip Holbert

    July 21, 2019 at 10:02 pm

    Great article (s) Reggie. Keep up the good work!

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