This shoe is mostly black and white with mild grey tones. The shoe commemorates all the fear Michael Jordan felt, facing his opponents on the field. One of the first celebrities noticed in these sneakers was Russell Westbrook. He got them even before the official release, and there are plenty of photos in the internet of him flashing the “Fears”.
Original Air Jordan IV was designed by Tinker Hatfield and released in 1989. It has visible Max Air unit, plastic wings and lightweight netting. Michael was wearing Air Jordan IV when he made "The Shot" in fifth game of the 1989 NBA First Round Chicago Bulls versus Cleveland Cavaliers.