Poised to be released this coming April 2017, the Air Jordan 7 “UNC,” from the Air Jordan Collection, is a good-looking sneaker.
If you are looking for something distinctive without being too loud, the Air Jordan 7 “White/Metallic Silver” is the one you want. One of the new Jordans in the market today, this highly appealing design is nothing short of genius.
Care to know more about the Air Jordan 7 Doernbecher by Damien Phillips? Well, it happens to be another breakthrough work of art featuring the creativity of a young genius. I bet you wouldn’t want to miss out another creative pair of stunners made more amazing by the vivid imaginations of children. Here are some awesome features of the latest edition of Doernbecher Freestyle 2016 Collection.
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This year’s Doernbecher collection will be hitting Portland, Oregon on October 28 featuring the creative version of Air Jordan 7 Doernbecher among others to be inspired by six little patient-designers. Yes, the magic six from the Children’s Hospital has been revealed to make interesting designs for Jordan’s retro shoes and most especially for the AJ 7. Learn more about the Doernbecher Freestyle that managed to raise $14 million on its 13th year of celebrating good cause in honor of the spirit and creativity of patient-designers.
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Air Jordan has released tons of footwear pieces that are meant to celebrate the Olympics. But it continues to come up with fresh pairs that are guaranteed to bring life to athletes’ wear during these events. For this year, the brand introduces the Air Jordan 7 “Olympic Alternate”.
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Knowing Jordan Brand, it’s nothing new that they would be releasing another set of kicks to honor the upcoming Rio Olympics this summer. But unlike their previous release, JB is breaking out of its mold by releasing the new Air Jordan 7 “Tinker Alternate”.
Quick – what is the first thing you think about when you hear the words “leap year?” February 29 is one but the Olympics should be a close second as every 4 years, this prestigious event calls on every country to submit their best people in certain sports.
Three years ago, Jordan Brand released the Air Jordan 7 Olympic days before the 2012 Olympic Games in London officially started. The silhouette for the Olympic AJ7 is the same sneaker which Michael Jordan wore when he led the U.S. Dream Team during the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona to bag the revered Gold Medal. Eight years later, in August 2004, the public were given their first glimpse of the Air Jordan 7 Olympic as it became available to mark the start of the Olympic Games in the same year in Athens, Greece. Six years after, the Olympic made another comeback for Jordan Brand’s “For The Love Of The Game” Collection. Two years later, the AJ7 Olympic joined several other Air Jordans with their Olympic-inspired design as the highlight of 2012’s releases and the Air Jordan Gold Medal Pack.