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Frank Cooker, a former member of the Jordan Brand NRG team, took to Instagram to show off the Air Jordan 7 “Ken Griffey Jr.” PE Sample. This unreleased AJ7 PE was created for renowned Nike athlete and MLB Hall of Famer, Ken Griffey Jr., who is known for his iconic signature shoe the Nike Air Griffey Max 1.

Using Ken Griffey Jr.’s classic color palette, this Air Jordan 7 has a Black suede base with Teal overlays and White finishes. The sneaker features both Swingman and Jumpman logos on the insoles, as well as Nike branding on the forefoot.

This sneaker was originally designed for Foot Locker’s 1992 Slam Fest, a dunk contest that featured athletes from outside the NBA, including notable stars like Barry Bonds, Chris Carter, and Deion Sanders. That year, Mike Conley Jr. claimed victory in the contest by slamming an insane dunk all the way from the free throw line.

Back then, collaborations weren’t really a thing just yet, but Frank Cooker believes that if Ken Griffey Jr. had worn these Air Jordan 7s, the sneaker game would have changed much sooner.

Check out the Air Jordan 7 “Ken Griffey Jr.” PE Sample below. For more sneaker news and Air Jordan release dates, follow @NiceKicks on Threads.

Air Jordan 7 “Ken Griffey Jr.” PE Sample via @frankcooker

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