This Saturday, one of the most important Air Jordans in Michael Jordan's historic timeline is returning to retailers, the "Bred" Air Jordan 4. While this isn't the first time we have seen the classic colorway make a return since 1989, it is the first time in two decades it is hitting shelves with its OG "Nike Air" branding.

In celebration of this weekend's launch and the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4, GOAT has decided to break down some of the differences between the 1989, 1999, 2008, 2013, and 2019 editions of the Chicago Bulls-colored signature sneaker. 

That is not all that the popular sneaker marketplace is doing to mark the occasion either. Anyone who sells a "Bred" Air Jordan 4 on May 4 or May 5 will receive $15 in GOAT credit that will be valid on any purchase until May 31. 

Check out some of the tweaks to the "Bred" Air Jordan 4 from year-to-year below. If you're trying to avoid the stress of copping a pair on release day, grab a pair early from GOAT here