Jordan Brand is known for making slight changes to its most popular colorways when they are retroed, which sometimes ruins the sneaker for collectors. While those retros still manage to sell out, sneakerheads won't have to settle this time because the Air Jordan IV "White Cement" is returning in its true original form.

Originally released in 1989, the "White Cement" IV was solidified as an iconic sneaker from its appearance in Spike Lee's film Do the Right Thing and was later retroed in 1999. In 2012, diehard fans were let down with a darker shade of grey and a Jumpman logo replacing the 'Nike Air' branding.  Here's the first on-feet look at the upcoming "White Cement" IV release, one of the most anticipated releases of 2016.

The Air Jordan IV "White Cement" releases February 13 for $220.