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Latest Air Jordan 7 Retro Mens Sneaker 2017

 New Jordans 2016 Five original colorways of the 7 were released, including the first Olympic-inspired version, which Michael Jordan wore during the 1992 Summer Olympic Games as a part of the "Dream Team." This pair also featured Jordan's Olympic number "9" in place of "23" on the back triangle piece. The Air Jordan 7 originally released in 1992 and was once again designed by Tinker Hatfield. Unlike the previous four models, the 7 did away with the visible Air unit in the heel and "Nike Air" logo on the heel. They featured a Huarache-like neoprene inner bootie and colorful geometric detailing inspired by West African Tribal culture. Sure, taste is individual and previous models had also been met with criticism but nothing as obvious as with the VII's. Who knows, this might have been due to the fact that Jordan's popularity was huge by now and that Air Jordan's now were exported to all four corners of the globe making the customers a greater number than before.
This year the Jordans 2017 of choice is the Air Jordan 7. Every year, a kid from the Doernbecher Children's Hospital gets to be the designer for the shoe(s), that name of that child has yet to be announced. Fans of the Air Jordan/Doernbecher line will be excited to hear that the Air Jordan 7 is the next model to take part in the beloved Nike partnership. For those of you not too familiar with what exactly an Air Jordan Doernbecher is and what it means, it's an annual Air Jordan release that celebrate Nike's partnership with Doernbecher Children's Hospital. Riding high on his triple-MVP and first NBA Championship, Michael Jordan debuted the Air Jordan VII at the 1992 NBA All-Star Game, then went for another chip with the Bulls and his second Olympic gold in the Sevens. Accordingly, this is one of the models taking center stage in Jordan Brand's upcoming celebration of that 20th Oly anniversary.
New Air Jordan Shoes, Designed by the legendary Tinker Hatfield, the AJ 7 found the designer removing the Nike Air branding visible on the previous six Jordan models and adding a neoprene Huarache bootie for support. In addition, Hatfield applied a notable geometric pattern inspired by a poster for the long-running Afropop Worldwide radio program. The graphic was in turn featured on the tongue and sole unit of three of the five original colorways, capturing the cultural spirit of the early '90s. In keeping with the Olympic sentiment that has the world in its grasp, Nike is giving us a great new model with a twist. They've unearthed a model that Tinker put together for Dream Team era MJ that never made it out of the gate.
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