Despite the alleged “back-door “controversy surrounding their Air Jordan 1 collaborative release, it’s clear that the shop run by Jordan’s son will not get the “freeze out” treatment moving forward. This is evident in the fact that they have already released several other collaborative sneaker models since then. In fact, official images of their next project around the Air Jordan 7 Retro have surfaced, revealing a spirited design that packs in a variety of pristine details that likely tells the story of Michael Jordan’s triumphs in international play.
This Air Jordan 7 is inspired by the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. The colors of the Olympic ring are present on the heel-tab, and you can also find a golden accessory piece attached to the arrowhead. Touches of red, gold, and navy return on the Air Jordan 7 “Olympic”. A luxurious beige suede replaces the standard white leather. Additionally, MJ’s insignia is present onto the heel, and the Trophy Room logo is on the left insole. Finally, “New sheriff in town”, an excerpt of Michael Jordan’s infamous quote to Larry Bird and Magic Johnson during their international travels, is embroidered behind the tongue.
The Air Jordan 7 was released in 1992 and was designed by Tinker Hatfield. It was inspired by African tribal art and was the first Air Jordan to feature huarache-style technology. Michael Jordan wore the Air Jordan 7 in his last NBA game.
For now, check out a look at these official images and stay tuned as we learn more about the Trophy Room Air Jordan 7 release.
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Color: Obsidian/Dark Obsidian/True Red/Metallic Gold
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