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Air Jordan 7 PSG White

Postby b1fzqexm » September 13th, 2021, 11:58 pm

The Air Jordan 7 'Bordeaux' is regarded to be the most distinctive of the five initial Air Jordan Sneakers Running colorways released in 1992. The sneaker was retro'd only once in 2011 before the 2015 Retro. As part of Nike's 'Remastered' collection, the 2015 retro returns the shoe to its initial glory. The sneaker features a color-blocked black and gray nubuck top that meets a true-to - the-original black combination on black midsole / outsole.

Although the Air Jordan 7 hasn’t been receiving as much time in the spotlight as its other numbered counterparts, the month of May could be a turning Air Jordan 7 PSG White point for the model. Along with the PSG collaboration, the Air Jordan 7 “Flint” returning, which has been officially revealed by the Jordan Brand for the Summer 2021 Retro collection. Reprising its OG Flint/Grey glory, this is the model’s first revival since its debut in 2006.

As teased last summer, the AJ 7 consists of Flint Grey nubuck quarter panels that are offset by white leather overlays. The tongue sees a silver stylegowhere triangular pattern that echos the geometric aesthetic embraced throughout the design. Jumpman logos on the ankle and outsole and other branded elements introduce hints of Court Purple into the mix. The nostalgic arrangement is complete with a dimpled grey outsole that also sees angular black and white shapes.

The Jordan 7 PSG is the latest Air Jordan variant unveiled by the world-famous Parisian Air Jordan Sneakers Men football club Paris Saint-Germain. Though some sneakerheads may think a concept crossover between basketball and football may seem quite odd, this Air Jordan VII embodies all the timeless feature that made the model so iconic accentuated with PSG's club motifs throughout, overall bringing forth a stunning colorway that'll have you craving for a pair.
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