Sneaker fans can finally get their hands on the low-cut variation of the Air Jordan 7, originally teased as samples in 2008 and set to release this week.
The Air Jordan 7 Low will drop in a trio of style when it makes its retail debut, including one familiar and beloved colorway, and two new iterations: the vibrant “Taxi” and “Concord” looks.
The original “Bordeaux” iteration from 1992 joins the lineup, with each pair sporting nubuck and leather on the uppers, which sit atop a classic Air Jordan 7 tooling that diehard fans of the sneakers are accustomed to.
The trio will be given the NRG label, which signifies that the pairs will receive a premium treatment and will release in a more limited fashion. Retailing at $140, the three Air Jordan 7 Lows will release on Thursday via the SNKRS app.
The Air Jordan 7 originally released in 1992 when NBA icon Michael Jordan was on his way to becoming a two-time NBA champion. Unlike some of his signature models that came before, this sneaker was the latest to swap out the popular visible air unit on the midsole.
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