The Nike Air Jordan 4 OG 89 White Cement returns as part of a big Jordan Brand lineup for the year. The shoe was originally released back in 1989 and later appeared in 1999, followed by another retro release in 2012.
In the classic 1989 Spike Lee film, Do the Right Thing Buggin Out wore a pair of the Air Jordan 4 OG White Cement where he made the shoe famous when he busted out a toothbrush to remove dirt marks from his Js.
Dressed in a simple color scheme of White, Fire Red, Black, and Tech Grey. The shoe was highlighted by its Cement Grey detailing, but most importantly the branding on the back heel, which the 2016 version will bring back the classic Nike Air branding thats also seen on the insole and outsole.