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Air Jordan 7

The Air Jordan 7 is, as its name suggests, the seventh trainer in the Jordan Line. Designed by Nike designer and Jordan signature series lead at the time, Tinker Hatfield, the shoes were for Jordan's 1991-1992 season. The first released Air Jordan 7 was the Hare Colourway. Released in February 1992, they paid homage to the famous Bugs Bunny and MJ pairing, and their commercial that aired around the period.

The Air Jordan 7's minimal design is attributed to Tinker Hatfield's Huarache technology, which was new at the time. Like the rest of the Huarache line, the shoe has a neoprene inner bootie with ankle support and a lightweight design. Unlike its predecessors, the Air Jordan 3 to Air Jordan 7, the AJ7 has no visible Air Unit or Nike logo. Instead, it has only the Jumpman and Air Jordan tongue logo. The absence of Nike branding is deliberate, as Tinker felt the line could grow without being closely linked to Nike. Aesthetic-wise, each AJ7 has geometric shapes of African art mimicked in the lines of the upper, the signature multi-coloured tongue print, and the outsole design. The African inspiration is also visible in the shield-like 23 logo at each heel.

The best features of the Air Jordan 7 are, in our opinion, its minimalist design, comfort level, and fashionable look. We also appreciate the fact that on the court, it enhances a player's control over movement and general performance. This is because the shoes are flexible and agile.

Over the years, Nike has released several Air Jordan 7 colourways and retros. Similarly, it has released several Nike accessories, such as hats, beanies, and bags that you can pair with them. This being the case, with an Air Jordan 7, you can easily complete a look, whether sporty or casual wear.

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