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Tinker Hatfield’s Air Jordan 4 is back in a nostalgic colourway

Tinker Hatfield’s Air Jordan 4 was originally released in 1989 and was renowned for being worn during Michael Jordan’s famous ‘The Shot’ while also featuring in Do The Right Thing (1989).

Now, this legendary b-ball trainer returns in a nostalgic ‘University Blue’ colourway with hits of speckled grey and black throughout. Flexible mesh features in the titular colour on the quarters and higher up the toe box.

While smooth leather is a favourite for Jordan silhouettes, this one opts for buttery soft suede on the upper with synthetic mudguards for added sturdiness. On the heel, there is an enlarged Jumpman logo, and the classic number ‘23’ sits on the tongue.  Embedded in the sole, is a visible Air unit for Jordan’s elite cushioning and a multi-tonal rubber sole complements the above.

The Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘University Blue’ is live now on our launches app. It is available in Men’s and Junior’s sizes and priced between £100 and £165.

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