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The Air Jordan 4 (IV) Retro Laser Fire Red was the first Laser Print model release by the Air Jordan line. With 2005 being the twentieth anniversary of the Air Jordan, Jordan Brand brings out a special edition of the Air Jordan IV. Taken from the design cue of the Air Jordan XX, this retro Air Jordan IV contains laser print all over the shoe. This was also a very important release in Jordan Brand history as it was the second online exclusive package to date. It came with a special matching black hat and white short sleeve t-shirt. These were only available to registered Team Jordan Members (now known as Flight Club Members) and were exclusively sold online and not in any stores. If registered, you received an e-mail containing a special link along with the specific date and time the product was to be launched. But, much like the first online package, overwhelming response led to the site crashing a few times before all the kinks were fixed.