Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro – Black / Citrus – Varsity Red
|Model:||Air Jordan , Air Jordan 7 (VII)|
|Colorway:||Black / Citrus – Varsity Red|
|Release Date:||Air Jordan Release Dates|
|News & Updates:||Air Jordan|
The Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro – Black / Citrus – Varsity Red were released on June 28, 2006, and retailed for $135. They feature a black suede upper with red and orange accents, which can be seen on the Jumpman logo, tongue, and midsole. Besides the bright orange colors, an noticeable feature which mad these really nice and stand out more was the orange contrast stitching, which definitely draws attention to the shoe. The shoe features openings on the sides, around the ankle area, which was intentional, and created to sort of follow the design of the Nike Air Huarache series, which also features an inner sock / shoe which really conforms to your foot. They were designed by Tinker Hatfield, who is notorious for his Air Jordan designs, and he created the Air Jordan 7 (VII) with the intention of keeping them to “young and interesting, while remaining sophisticated”.