Newest Air Jordan 7 Nothing But Net For Girls
The hectic day of 2016 Air Jordan Retros previews continues with the Air Jordan 7 "Sweater" shown here. The busy patterns of the shoe are pulled directly from an original Air Jordan 7 apparel combo, one that Michael Jordan himself wore during his trip to Barcelona in 1992 and during the classic Showdown commercial with Larry Bird (relive both moments via the videos below). The shoe is one of the more graphic Air Jordan 7s to ever release, although the tongue here is stripped of the standard polygonal look for a straight black. Known previously as "Sweater", the Air Jordan 7 "Nothing But Net" pays homage to a pair of famous Michael Jordan moments during the early 1990s. Jordan wore a shirt and matching shorts with the pattern that is found on the shoe's overlay during a solo trek around Barcelona during the 1992 Olympics and once again for a Super Bowl McDonald’s commercial with Larry Bird a year later. The pattern’s colors can be found all throughout the shoe alongside with the white upper and black tongue.
Jordan For Girls, The more I see pictures of the upcoming Air Jordan 7 Retro "Nothing But Net" I become more and more of a fan. When it comes to Jordan 7's I was never really into the white make up and then a pattern design on the upper but here, it works for me. As we learned from the revealing of this colorway it has been inspired from the classic McDonald's commercial where MJ and Larry Bird were starring in but it is the sweater that Mike wore which sparked this design on the sneakers. Based around a white leather underlay, these "Nothing But Net" VIIs feature a vivid multicolor print inspired by an outfit that Michael Jordan wore during a 1992 commercial. The vibrant pattern covers most of the sneaker's overlays, with its palette extending to the inner tongue and bootie and outsole.