Air Jordan 7

Air Jordan 7 was Michael Jordan’s seventh signature basketball shoe, released by Nike and Tinker Hatfield in 1992. The Jordan Brand made another step towards its place in popular culture with this release, even though it wasn’t as groundbreaking as its predecessors. When Michael Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to their second consecutive NBA championship, he wore this model. During the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, where the historic “Dream Team” won gold, the Air Jordan 7 was also present.

Despite its impressive heritage, the Air Jordan 7 is not the most popular sneaker in the Jordan family. It does not mean, however, that people disliked it. Conversely, Jordan 7s do not have as many fans as classic Jordans like 4s or 11. But don’t be fooled by that. In addition to being top-quality shoes, 7s are still highly sought after by sneaker collectors all over the world.

Jordan 7s come in many variations since 1992, including “True Red Raptors,” “Hare,” “Cardinal,” and “Bordeaux.” Nike releases new 7 models constantly, collaborating with other brands and experimenting with different colorways and designs, just like any other Jordan Brand sneaker. There are Looney Tunes-inspired shoes, as well as retro editions that will take you back to 1992 Barcelona.

You will need to pay at least $190 for a pair of Air Jordan 7 sneakers. Of course, it depends on the store and model you choose. Check out our offer for the best prices and Air Jordan sneakers. We carry all the popular variations of Jordan shoes at affordable prices. Visit our store now to see for yourself how easy it is to find the perfect pair of Air Jordans.