Tinker Hatfield's design of the Air Jordan III was a game-changer; his Air Jordan IV was more of an update. The shape stayed more or less the same, as did the plastic external heel counter, the Visible Air unit and the multiple lacing options at the ankle and the forefoot. But as a pure performance shoe, the IV outstripped its elephant-print forebear. Nubuck replaced full-grain leather, enormous mesh panels provided ventilation, and plastic "wings" ensured greater midfoot support. Many variations of the Air Jordan IV have hit the market since the 1989 intro, and with the classic white/cement iteration set to return at midnight tonight, we take a look at The 10 Best Air Jordan IVs.