When the Air Jordan IV debuted in 1989, its mesh panels and supportive 'wings' emphasised performance—a departure from the fashion-forward AJ III. But these very elements became iconic in their own right as the shoe's legend grew past the hardwood. Twenty-eight years later, the IV takes to the street once again in a summer-friendly White-on-White colourway first introduced in 2006. Since his game-winning shot that brought championship glory to North Carolina, Michael Jordan has been at the forefront of basketball consciousness. He took to the court in 1985 wearing the original Air Jordan I, simultaneously breaking league rules and his opponents' will while capturing the imagination of fans worldwide.