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Take A Look At Official Photos Of The Air Jordan IV Retro “White/Cement”

Submitted by on February 6, 2012 – 2:00 pmOne Comment
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Are your pockets still hurting from the releases of the Air Jordan XI “Concord” and the Air Jordan X “Chicago”? We’re sorry to hear that. Because, unfortunately for you, there’s yet another must-have Air Jordan that’s about the hit the streets. This time, it’s the Air Jordan IV “White/Cement” and it’ll be hitting stores in less than two weeks. That’s right. Come February 18, you can get your hands on a pair of these, provided you’re willing to do the usual time and either camp out outside your local sneaker shop or hit refresh on your computer’s browser three zillion times in order to place an order on a pair.

Originally released back in 1989, we’ve been hearing rumors about this particular colorway of the Air Jordan IV dropping for some time now. We’ve even seen them pop up on some peoples’ feet over the course of the last month or so. For instance, Michael Jordan’s son Marcus wore them during a college basketball game earlier this month. But now you’ll be able to get your hands on a pair.

We know Valentine’s Day is coming soon. And we know your girl (or guy!) is going to want you to drop tons of dough on them. But make sure you set aside a little bit of cash for yourself so that you can scoop these up. They’re one of the most practical pairs of Jordans—they’ll go with just about anything—and they’re also going to go quickly. So make sure you’re one of the first in line when these drop later this month.

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