Jordan Brand is ready to release the drop-top version of the Air Jordan 7 for the first time ever. Arriving in the original “Bordeaux” colorway, this low-cut adaption of the Tinker Hatfield’s 1992 original existed only as a sample concept, ditching the Huarache-esque ankle construction for a shorter profile. Low-top iterations have always been met with hesitation by the Jordan community, and quite frankly the Air Jordan 7 Low might meet the same lukewarm reception upon its release. A firm release date for the Air Jordan 7 Low NRG isn’t known yet, but these are expected in stores soon.
Air Jordan 7 Low NRG
Color: Black/Light Graphite/Midnight Fog/Bordeaux