Air Jordan VII GS ‘Fireberry’ – Details

May 22, 2012 BY

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2012 is the 23rd anniversary of the Air Jordan IV, and especially given the Three’s role in ’11, it’s natural to expect that we could go ahead and pencil in the AJ5 as next year’s big retro release.  And when you consider that we already got a run of Air Jordan VII releases last year, it would seem even less likely that the VII will take center stage.  But then you remember that this is also the 20th anniversary of the Dream Team and MJ’s second title and the natural reaction is probably a ‘shrug’, as in effortlessly crushing it.  This ‘Fireberry’ Air Jordan 7 GS is the latest example suggesting one summer’s just not enough for these huarache-influenced lines.  Plenty of male sneakerheads have commented they’d cop if the sizing were available; do you feel the same way?  Let us know while you’re checking out more images on the other side and stick with Sneaker News for the US release date.

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