Air Jordan 4
The Air Jordan 4 was the second straight shoe designed by Tinker Hatfield and was released in 1989. The Jumpman logo had the word “Flight” added right below it. It introduced nubuck materials to the sneaker world for the first time. There were mesh components for increased breathability and it had multiple areas that featured plastic. Even though many similarities can be seen between Jordan 3s and Jordan 4s, the latter one is since few years back probably the most beloved in the series, with colorways as "UNC", "Black Cat", "Bred", "White Oreo" and many more being the most sought after.