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Air Jordan IV shoe was first released in 1989, designed once again by Tinker Hatfield. It became the first Jordan shoe released on the global market, with some exceptions. The jordan shoes IV cushioning sole and design helped to make the shoe an international bestseller.
However, when Nike released the first Retro+ model of the Air Jordan IV, many fans of the shoe claimed that the company had
"destroyed a classic" by removing the nets on the shoe along with making some other subtle changes. One example being "NIKE AIR" logo featured on the back of the shoe being replaced with the Jumpman logo.