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It's a golden, flying unicorn that only books dreams. It's also a Twitter bot that tweets your most recent Facebook post. It's like white noise for your life, but it's kind of like the Klonopin that makes you forget why you're taking it, which is also handy. "Jordan 7" is done running. It's time to get up. The time is now.
When Jordan Brand revealed its Summer 2021 retro collection at the beginning of April, one of the most buzzed-about styles was the Air Jordan 7 “Flint.” First released in 2006, the “Flint” is one of the most popular non-OG colorways of Michael Jordan‘s seventh signature sneaker — and now official images have surfaced ahead of its first-ever retro release . (Source: hypebeast.com)
Two years later, the brand brought back the 7 Retro in a limited release. Then, in 2006, another 7 Retro collection launched, with Nike expanding the line to six colorways, adding two LS versions, followed by the reissue of the original Cardinal colorway and an exclusive women's style. This release included the much sought-after Chambray colorway. (Source: www.ebay.com)
In 1992,Michael Jordan was a member of the US Men's Basketball Team,which was known as the "Dream Team" to compete at the Barcelona Olympics,and Air Jordan 7 was put forwarded durning this period.The designer,Tinker Hatfield took inspiration from the Africa tribal culture to create this remarkable Nike Jordan Shoes and placed Michael Jordan's Olympic jersey number 9 in the shoe instead of the previous 23. Altough the feature of this version have some similarties with the previous ones,there is no doubt that Air Jordan 7 got a very excellent appearance,almost between retro to modern style,especially the OG version with glorous colorways and the particular "9" on the back heel which makes it outstanding. It also bravely brough the latest advanced Huarache technology in the shoes design that really stuck to our feet and leave out the traditional air sole,Nike Air logo.This Air Jordan VII model was also known as the “Hares” because the commercials promoting the shoe featured the cartoon character Bugs Bunny,and it was a continuous retroed latest.