The Holy Grail retro Air Jordan for many remains the turn-of-the-millennium Air Jordan IV or V with "Nike Air" on the back — a true-to-OG detail that might never be produced again (although one never knows). The problem with these, as they age, is that the midsole materials of the retros is just as prone to cracking and crumbling as the originals'. Which makes wearing them a risky proposition. So, size 10 bidder, what's it going to be?
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