The Remastered Air Jordans program left sneakerheads with hopes that 2015 was going to be the year that they had been waiting on for ages, or their entire lives. It was promised to be a highlight reel of retros redone with materials and overall quality that harkened back to Jordan's heyday. 

This year has seen several releases that were surely quality, but none of this year's retros thus far had enthused the community in the way that was expected. That is, until now.

This weekend is set to see the re-release of the Air Jordan IV "Tech Grey," more affectionately referred to as the "Oreos." They're not the "Black/Cement" IVs or even the "White/Cement" IVs, but they're pretty darn good, and this retro has people set to pick-up multiple pairs.

At the Complex office, we got our hands on a pair before their February 21 release date, and we wanted to give everyone an up-close look before they hit store shelves. The sneaker's black upper is done up in tumbled leather, and it looks supple. It's not just something that gets passed off as quality. It makes a case for justifying the $190 price tag placed on these IVs. For those who need further convincing, take a look at the rest of our photos.


All photos by Andy Hur. You can follow him on Twitter here.