The Air Jordan 7 has seen its share of makeovers throughout the years, but one variation that’s never made its way to the public is the model’s low-top incarnation. Dressed in a Black, Light Graphite, Midnight Fog, and Bordeaux color scheme. This low-top rendition of the Air Jordan 7 mimics the iconic original release. It features a Black and Grey upper with Multicolored accents on the tongue, inner bootie, and outsole. Finishing off its OG look is the classic “23” badge on the heels.
2018 Air Jordan Shoes is ready to release the drop-top version of the Air Jordan 7 for the first time ever. Arriving in the original “Bordeaux” colorway, this low-cut adaption of the Tinker Hatfield’s 1992 original existed only as a sample concept, ditching the Huarache-esque ankle construction for a shorter profile. Low-top iterations have always been met with hesitation by the Jordan community, and quite frankly the Air Jordan 7 Low might meet the same lukewarm reception upon its release. Using the low top edition of the Air Jordan 7 which resembles the original release. Combining Black and Grey across the upper while Multicolor lands on the tongue, bootie and outsole. Completing the look is the number 23 on the heel.
New Air Jordans 2019 continues to add to their recent “Snakeskin” Air Jordan 1 High lineup by releasing another women’s exclusive. Dressed in a an Olive Canvas, Phantom, and Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 features an Olive-colored Snakeskin textured upper with metal Wings logo and woven laces. Black detailing throughout atop a Phantom rubber sole completes the design.

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