Share This Page: Air Jordan 4 Retro 'Dunk From Above' From major moments in big games to iconic scenes in pivotal movies, the Air Jordan 4 anchored itself as one of the most important sneakers that Michael Jordan ever wore. The Tinker Hatfield-designed kick was introduced at the beginning of Jordan’s dominance over the NBA, and became known as a cultural icon through Jordan’s unstoppable talent and society’s obsession with his sneaker line. Jordan wore them when he made “The Shot” in game 5 of the 1989 first round between the bulls and the Cavs. That fateful shot that tipped the bulls over the Cavs (who beat them 6-0 in regular season meetings) would go to become remembered as the beginning of the era of Michael Jordan. More than just a basketball shoe, the sneaker showed itself as a cultural icon in the Spike Lee film “Do the Right Thing.” Buggin’ Out rocks his Air Jordan IVs in a scene where they get stepped on by a man walking by and get dirty. Though Buggin' initially acts like he will start a fight over the dirty kicks, he lets it go, only to be seen later grabbing a toothbrush to brush off the dirt and grime from his J’s. The Tinker Hatfield designed it with the now legendary Cement colorways in both white and black, and known for it’s important collabs (like that with Eminem and Carthart). Inspired by MJ's ability to soar over the competition, the Air Jordan 4 'Dunk From Above' displays a theme of flight. The upper is made with Midnight Navy leather, which gives the sneaker a smooth look. The upper is contrasted with hits of gold and white. The iconic Jordan logo on the tongue, lace holders, and liner are the most noticeable hits of gold. While white hits on the lace mesh side panels, midsole, and Jumpman on the heel. This sky themed upper sits atop a gum outsole, and the shoe features a visible Air Max unit in the heel for maximum cushioning. The Air Jordan 4 Retro 'Dunk From Above' drops Saturday, March 19th in stores only. So check Where to Cop, to get yours in men’s at $190 and gradeschoolers at $140.