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Retail Prices Set at $190 for Men’s Sizes, $140 for GS Sizes, $80 for PS Sizes, and $60 for TD Sizes


Something awesome is on your way. Nike has decided to release Air Jordan 4 Retro “Alternate 89” right in the beginning of the year on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016.


Price: $190


The Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘Alternate 89’ is not available for phone orders.

Limit 1 per customer

The Air Jordan 4 has been priced at $190 and won’t be available for phone orders as declared by the company’s official website. The sale of this particular edition of Air Jordan has been limited to one person at a time only.

The sale has been scheduled at 10 AM EST on Saturday and you can order the “Alternate 89” edition on

The Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘Alternate 89’ has been made available in full family sizing.

Air Jordan 4 Retro GS (3.5Y – 7Y) $140

Air Jordan 4 Retro PS (10.5c – 3Y) $80

Air Jordan 4 Retro TD (2c-10c) $60

The official sportshoes website quotes, “The newest color-way of the Air Jordan 4 Retro posits what His Airness’ shoes would look like if he received Player Exclusive colors. With white tumbled leather uppers and Gym Red accents on the midsole, mesh and lining, this fits along nicely with the Chicago-based team’s color scheme.”

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As per the Latin Post, the “Alternate 89” edition has been officially listed as the White/Black-Gym Red color-way and will be available at selected stores only.

This particular edition is inspired by Chicago-based team’s color scheme, including the Chicago Bulls – the team Michael Jordan led to six NBA championships. Air Jordan 4 has been finished off with a red midsole and white outsole, notes Latin Post.

The retail prices stand at $190 for men’s sizes, $140 for GS sizes, $80 for PS sizes, and $60 for TD sizes.

Michael Jordan and Nike go way back in the late 1980s when they collaborated together for the Air Jordan shoes. Ever since the first edition of Air Jordan was released the company has been releasing more editions every year. This year, too, Nike has decided to start the year with a bang.

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