The Air Jordan 4 Retro “Pure Money” is an all-White colorway of the model that Jordan Brand had dropped as the perfect summertime sneaker back in 2004. It had arrived at retailers along with two other iterations of the Air Jordan 4 and had likely been dubbed “Pure Money” after the Air Jordan 3 Retro colorway of the same name that Jordan Brand had released in the past. Pairs of the 2004 release that exist today are likely not as clean and pure White as they originally were. Fortunately, it seems that the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money” will return in 2017 alongside a few other “Pure Money” colorways.
(Attention: Pictures in the post are not 2017 version)
Despite being a favorite among sneakerheads, many had complained that the netting featured on their Air Jordan 4 Retro “Pure Money” pairs had eventually turned yellow. Two years later in 2006, the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money” (White/Metallic Silver) had been re-released and it had been slightly different. While the 2006 variation has the same all-White uppers, it does not feature any light accenting. Moreover, its heel tabs have “Pure $” embroidered behind them. While many sneakerheads are probably familiar with the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money,” even if they do not own a pair yet, two other silhouettes are also receiving the “Pure Money” treatment.
As it turns out, Jordan Brand’s two silhouettes that will be a part of Jordan releases 2017 in the “Pure Money” colorway for the very first time are the Air Jordan 7 and the Air Jordan 13. Sneakerheads already know what the Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money” looks like, so they can expect the Air Jordan 7 and 13 to resemble it to a great extent. For the time being, it can be assumed that these two kicks will bear a similar appearance since there are no actual photos of them.
These three “Pure Money” sneakers could even turn out to be part of a collection or pack. Whatever the case, 2017 will not only present sneakerheads with another opportunity to own the Air Jordan 4 Retro “Pure Money,” they will even be able to cop brand new “Pure Money” colorways of the Air Jordan 7 and 13.
Air Jordan 4 Retro “Pure Money”
Release Date: Year 2017