|Model:||Air Jordan , Air Jordan 7 (VII)|
|Colorway:||Black / Dark Charcoal – True Red|
|Release Date:||Air Jordan Release Dates|
|News & Updates:||Air Jordan|
The Air Jordan 7 (VII) Original (OG) – Black / Dark Charcoal – True Red were released in April of 1992 and retailed for $125. They feature a suede upper, which explains why these look so wornout, as that is what happens to the suede under extreme weather conditions and overall aging.ï¿½ They feature purple and red trim along the midsole, heel tab, and inner lining, which features a multi-colored design.ï¿½ The history of the Air Jordan 7 (VII) is interesting, as the lines are inspired by an African Art poster that Tinker Hatfield purchased in Portland, Oregon, which further shows how he a design genius, with the ability to be inspired by almost anything. So, the Air Jordan 7 (VII) is influenced by Western African tribal patterns, which were on the poster.