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.

Check out the full history of the Air Jordan 7 along with other Jordans.

Air Jordan 7s for sale

Like with most retro Air Jordan shoes, it is highly advised to stay in the loop with upcoming Jordan 7s for sale by checking out the Jordan release dates page as they often sell out on release date.

Air Jordan 7 Cleats Set to Release This Year

Air Jordan 7 Cleats Set to Release This Year

The Air Jordan 7 will be remastered in 2015, but it will release as a cleat before that. Baseball players outside of the MLB will have a chance to lace up this silo on the diamond sometime later this year, seen for the first time in a clean black leather makeup. In the past, we've seen the Air Jordan 3, Air Jordan 6, Air Jordan 12 and Air Jordan 13 release in cleated form for football, but baseball hasn't received as much retail love. Will the Air Jordan 7s be featured on your feet as you round the bases for fall ball? Let us know in the comment section.
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Air Jordan 7 “French Blue”

As discussed earlier, Jordan Brand will start releasing remastered retro product in Spring 2015. This will include the "French Blue" Air Jordan 7, first released in December 2002. Released on the same day as the first "Raptor" 7 retro release, this pair has grown in acclaim over time thanks to its clean color blocking, fond memories and its absence from the market. Detailed photos from Sole Collector show this upcoming release looking true to form as alluded, sporting a white tumbled leather upper with fresh accents of blue and grey. Let us know if the Air Jordan 7 "French Blue" is on your wish list in the comment section.

This Day in Sneaker History: Michael Jordan’s “The Shrug”

Twenty-two years ago today, #23 put up 35 in the first half of Game 1. Twenty-two years ago, MJ responded in a way that would forever be remembered. While MJ and the Chicago Bulls were favored over the Portland Trail Blazers in the 1992 NBA Finals, few would have anticipated such a lopsided first half of Game 1. Out of the gate, Michael Jordan was charging ahead with 6 three-pointers. The man just couldn't miss. In disbelief as a viewer (a seven year old kid watching on an 18" TV in Fresno, CA), I too could relate to MJ's shrug. What was I watching? How could anyone be on fire like that? Was it the shoes?! Oh yeah, the important part - Air Jordan 7s on his feet.