Air Jordan VII GS – White – Purple – Pink

May 17, 2012 BY

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Riding high on his triple-MVP and first NBA Championship, Michael Jordan debuted the Air Jordan VII at the 1992 NBA All-Star Game, then went for another chip with the Bulls and his second Olympic gold in the Sevens.  Accordingly, this is one of the models taking center stage in Jordan Brand’s upcoming celebration of that 20th Oly anniversary.  And while models including the ‘Olympic’ and ‘Gold Medal/Golden Moments’ are intimately connected with this theme, the pair pictured above goes in an entirely different direction.  Featuring roughly equal amounts of purple and pink hits, this Air Jordan 7 GS might end up with a nickname like ‘Mixed Berry’, its high-energy palette applied in a pattern reminiscent of the blocking employed on last March’s ‘Orion Blue’ AJ7.  Let us know what you think of the latest girls Air Jordan 7 when you’re on the other side looking at more images, and stick with Sneaker News for release info.  Photos: MarqueeSole

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