The Air Jordan 7 Low Is Finally Debuting In 2018 In Three Colorways

The Air Jordan 7 was introduced back in 1992, but it was not until 2002 that it received the retro treatment. Four years later in 2006, the Air Jordan was re-released once again, both in brand new and returning original colorways. The “Cardinal” was among the old colorways, while the latest ones included the “Chambray,” “Flint,” “Pacific Blue,” and others. 2006 was also the year in which Jordan Brand whipped up the Air Jordan 7 Low, but it never wound up hitting the shelves. Twelve years later, the low-top rendition of Jordan Brand’s seventh signature model is joining this year’s upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018 in three different colorways.

Back when the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 2 debuted, their Low renditions also made their retail debut in the same year in which the originals were introduced. However, for the models that followed, it was not until Jordan Brand started dropping them in retro form that they decided to also release their low-top variations. The Air Jordan 7 Low was actually meant to arrive at retailers in Spring 2006 along with the Air Jordan 7 Retro colorways mentioned above, but it never did. The “White/Citrus Orange/Blue” that Jordan Brand had whipped up ended up remaining merely a sample.

As is the case with low-top renditions of Jordan Brand’s original signature models, the Air Jordan 7 Low does not look much different from the regular silhouette, apart from its low-top cut. The three colorways that the Air Jordan 7 Low will finally make its retail debut in have not been nicknamed, so they are simply being referred to as:

= Black/Light Graphite-Midnight Fog-Bordeaux
= Bright Concord/Black-Midas Gold-Tourmaline
= Taxi/Black-White-Taxi

The photos accompanying this post are not of the actual sneakers; rather they are merely artistic recreations of what they might look like when they end up joining this year’s Air Jordan releases 2018. While these three Air Jordan 7 Low colorways will indeed make their retail debut soon, or perhaps later this year, but there are no official release details as of now, so keep checking back to SneakersDog.

Air Jordan 7 Low

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