These Summer-Ready Air Jordans Will Be Rereleased for the First Time Ever on May 13

A fan-favorite Air Jordan retro is making a comeback on Saturday.

The “Pure Money” Air Jordan 4 replaces the classic sneaker’s traditional colors with a stark white-on-white look. This retro look features an all-white leather upper with just a few hits of metallic silver on its signature support “wings” and heel Jumpman logo.

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A top-down look at the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money.”

The “Pure Money” style was first introduced during the Air Jordan 4’s retro run in 2006, which also included an all-black “Black Cat” makeup.

A similar “White/Chrome” look was released in 2000, but that iteration featured perforated leather in place of the model’s traditional mesh underlays.

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The Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money.”

The Air Jordan 4 debuted in 1989 and was worn by NBA legend Michael Jordan during memorable moments such as “The Shot,” which he made over the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Craig Ehlo to win Game 5 of the 1989 NBA Playoffs’ Eastern Conference first round.

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Chicago Bulls’ Michael Jordan wears the original Air Jordan 4 in 1989.
CREDIT: Mark Elias/AP/REX/Shutterstock

Now, the iconic sneakers are back in their “Pure Money” look, just in time for summer. They’ll be released Saturday at 10 a.m. ET on nike.com/snkrs, for $190, and can also be found in-store at select Jordan Brand retailers.

Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money,” $190; nike.com

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The medial side of the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money.”
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The heel of the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money.”
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The outsole of the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money.”

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