New Jordans, The Air Jordan VII Retro (GS) Girls' Shoe combines the lightweight cushioning of an encapsulated Air-Sole unit with a durable supportive upper, while the fitted inner membrane provides a comfortable fit. A lighter aqua panel dresses the toe cap, also corresponding to the patterning found further up this Air Jordan 7. Michael Jordan's Jumpman logo can be spied dressing the lateral sidewall ankle panel, sparkling silver atop the navy blue base. As we look at the rear of this Jordan 7, we can see the same pointy patterning dressing the heel around and below the giant orange pull tab.
Like the Mid, this Air Jordan 7 shifts the famed Jordan Brand geometric print from the tongue to the heel, again in a combination of white, blue, aqua, and sherbert orange. Uppers again arrive in white leather, though with the Seven's absence of forefoot and eyestay overlays, it arrives in a significantly brighter aesthetic. Matching to a Jordan 1 Mid, the Jordan 7 GS Chlorine Blue is a girls-exclusive release that proves that the seventh Jordan model is not one to be slept on. A white leather upper takes the forefront, whilst geometric, triangular patterns add pops of electric blue and orange to the midsole and ankle panels.
Shop Air Jordan Basketball Shoes, The Air Jordan 7 Retro barely made a peep in 2020 as the seventh model was made scarcely available in the form of the "Greater China" colorway as well as the "Hare 2.0" earlier in the Summer. While the Air Jordan 7 will always be connected to MJ's outstanding season in '91/92, when he won the NBA Championship, Finals MVP, regular-season MVP, league's scoring title, first team, all-defensive team to the Olympic Gold Medal in Barcelona, the Air Jordan VII was also a classic silhouette worn by other NBA players, like Ray Allen. Orange and blue accents rise above the midsole, while teal caps off the tongue. Orange arrives again at the rear pull, and the pair is completed with the 7's signature neoprene bootie in blue, and a white outsole flashed with more pops of color.