Having overstepped their boundary of being just performance hoops kicks long ago, Michael Jordan‘s first 11 signatures are reimagined as collaborations with high fashion labels by Dead Dilly. In the
Air Jordan 7
The Air Jordan 7 is the seventh signature sneaker of the iconic Michael Jordan brand line. Originally released in 1992, a plethora of colorways have received the retro treatment
Always adored, the Air Jordan 7 pops up in exclusive “XX8 Days of Flight” fashion. This promo pair hails from the last All-Star Weekend in Houston, celebrating the launch of the Air Jordan XX8. Detailed pics of this Air Jordan 7 showcase a black leather upper, accented by bright green on the Huarache sockliner and outsole. While this collection has no plans to release officially, would you cop these kicks if you had the chance? Let us know your take on the Air Jordan 7 XX8 Days of Flight in the comment section.
El Cappy takes it back a couple decades with his latest custom piece. Michael Jordan won his second NBA Title in 1992 against the Portland Trailblazers that were led by Clyde Drexler. Jordan wore the Air Jordan 7 during that Finals, and El Cappy has used that model as the base silhouette for the . Then, El Cappy painted the sneaker in a gold and black base with varsity red accents. On the tongue, El Cappy added “23” branding to pay homage to the greatest of all-time, Michael Jordan. What are your thoughts on this latest custom?