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The seventh generation of Michael Jordan's renowned basketball sneaker, the Air Jordan 7, was released by Nike and Tinker Hatfield in 1992. It was Michael Jordan's seventh basketball sneaker of his design. MJ received his second NBA Championship, Finals MVP award, NBA MVP award, the scoring title, and an Olympic gold medal with them.

Michael Jordan's sneaker of choice is the Air Jordan 7. The AJ7 was developed by Tinker Hatfield and was influenced by the Huarache line's new minimalist style concept. The shoe included a die-cut ankle support and a neoprene inner bootie, and it was mainly lightweight in structure. The AJ7 was the first and sole Air Jordan model to include a major Huarache design. Air Jordan VII is the First Air Jordan Without Nike Branding. There are only Jumpmans and the "Air Jordan" tongue logo on it. Without being so intimately linked to Nike, Tinker believed the Air Jordan line might expand on its own.

African tribal art and culture served as the basis for Air Jordan VII's visual design. The patterns of the upper, particularly the trademark multicoloured tongue print and outsole design, imitate the geometric patterns of African art. The shield-like 23 logo at each heel completes the look.

These are the most famous Air Jordan 7 Retro designs.

The Air Jordan 7 Hare, True Red Raptors, Bordeaux and Cardinal are among the earliest colourways, but there have been several Jordan 7 iterations since 1992. Nike regularly releases new versions, just like with every other pair of Jordan Brand sneakers, collaborating with other companies and experimenting with different colours and patterns.

In one of the most iconic ad campaigns for the Air Jordan brand, the Air Jordan VII brought Bugs Bunny into the world of trainers. For example, there are shoes inspired by Looney Tune, but also limited edition models that take you back to Barcelona in 1992.

Collaborative Air Jordan 7s

Trophy Room x Air Jordan 7 "New Sheriff in Town" - The son of basketball legend Michael Jordan is known for his unique shoe designs and his latest Trophy Room x Air Jordan 7 "New Sheriff in Town" are no exception. This latest release pays homage to MJ's dominance over NBA greats like Larry Bird and Magic Johnson during the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. Although Marus Jordan was certainly inspired by his father, he has built his own fan base and is a rising star in the world of sneakers. The kicks were unveiled in September with official images, but Trophy Room has officially announced the release dates and posted its playful campaign video. The Orlando-based retailer has used the shoe motif for a playful, Western-inspired short film that centres on a sheriff dramatically driving into town. He pulls up in a red sports car, and when he gets out, you see that instead of rustic cowboy boots, he's wearing the collaborative colourway of Air Jordan 7s on his feet. A "New Sheriff in Town" in trainer form! The sneakers were released on 9 November 2022, but are no longer available anywhere due to popular demand. Too bad!

Bephie's Beauty Supply x Air Jordan 7 - Beth Gibbs, wife of Union LA owner Chris Gibbs, has teamed up with Jordan Brand to design her own Air Jordan 7 sneaker collection. Her imprint, Bephie's Beauty Supply, has also added a matching clothing line to the mix. Although we were all excited about the "Sandrift" colourway, Beth surprised us with a green and petrol version. The Bephie's Beauty Supply x Air Jordan 7 brings a breath of fresh air to the sneaker scene. Shoe designer Bephie Gibbs has altered the classic silhouette of the Tinker Hatfield design and added her own style. Mesh booties have been added for comfort, which adapt perfectly to the foot thanks to the innovative toggle-lace system. For more stability, the heel reinforcement is modelled on the Air Huarache. The tiny swooshes on the front are perfectly placed and show off Jordan Brand's trademark. A lot of attention has also been paid to the details: the letter combination "BBS" has been embroidered on the toeboxes for Bephie's Beauty Supply to emphasise the Caribbean feeling here as well. The special colour combinations also reflect Gibbs' roots. These hip sneakers were released on 25 August 2022 and only a few retailers still have remaining stocks.
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