The Air Jordan 4 “Pure Money” gained fame for its pristine, mostly white appearance, accentuated with silver or metallic elements, emanating an elegant and sophisticated allure. This simple yet luxurious concept reflects the shoe’s name, “Pure Money,” aptly describing its clean aesthetic.
This Jordan Tatum 1 iteration boasts a spotless White woven upper, complemented by synthetic and leather overlays.
The JT emblem on top of the tongue, the Tatum marking on the heel, and the Jumpman stitching on the lateral heel all stand out in a subtle grey, whereas the Jumpman on the spine of the heel adopts a traditional “Bred” appearance. Per usual, references to Tatum appear with his number “0” embroidered at the heel and a callout to his son Deuce at the opposite side of the tongue.
What to know Jordan Tatum 1?
The Tatum 1, Jayson Tatum’s first signature shoe, is the lightest performance shoe in Jordan Brand’s performance line this season.
The Tatum 1 was born out of Tatum’s desire to wear a shoe that felt more connected to his foot. Built out of a lightweight, strong TPU frame, the shoe is wrapped by a ground-contact foam that also acts as an integrated traction pattern, with minimal rubber on the toe and ball of the foot for Tatum’s predominantly forefoot game.
This detail allowed designers to cut back on the weight of the shoe while also providing tight court feel. A large, uncaged Zoom Air bag in the forefoot helps provide high energy return without sacrificing court feel. The mesh knit upper is strong yet lightweight, while the collar is padded for ankle support.