In 1985, the Air Jordan 1 became the first shoe in the line to feature a “metallic” finish. The Air Jordan 4 White/Court Purple-Metallic Silver was launched as one of the metal-treated products. The shoe showcases a simple two-tone color scheme on a classic mid-top silhouette.
The upper features White leather as the overlays. The metallic Court Purple hue appears on the logo on the heel, eyelets, back of the tongue, and the Jumpman logo on the front. The white support wings are located on both sides of the upper to fix the upper. There is a white mesh air window design around the tongue, which provides a guarantee for the breathability of the upper. The all-white sole fits perfectly with the upper. There is a visible air cushion device at the white heel, which has the effect of cushioning and shock absorption.