The metallic theme was first seen across a pack of Air Jordan 1’s way back in 1986, a year after the OG AJ1 launched to the masses. The pack was a huge success and has retroed twice since to receive similar hype. The Tinker Hatfield-designed Air Jordan 4 is the latest Nike silhouette to receive the metallic treatment, and it certainly takes to it well! Orange detailing contrasts the white base layer perfectly, while Jumpman logos reside at both the tongue and heel.
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