Worth the wait?

Time does fly: it has been seven years since the Air Jordan 4 Retro “Breds” dropped. While that model was met with criticism—particularly with the build quality, sneakerheads (yours truly included) still copped a pair. Nike did listen to those criticisms, paving the way for the Remasted Program. Fast forward to 2019—the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4—Nike reissues the iconic “Bred” colorway, this time in complete OG form: Nike Air branding, close-to-original winglets, softer and finer nubuck, and a thin Nike Air hangtag.

Being almost Php 3000 more expensive than the 2012 model, is it worth the seven-year wait? Watch our unboxing and quick review below:

Duey Guison

Duey Guison

While he is a tech writer, sneakers is his main passion.