Sneakerheads Can Finally See What The Air Jordan 7 “N7” Will Look Like

Just a week ago, rumors had been circulating that one of next month’s Jordan release dates 2015 would mark the retail debut of the Air Jordan 7 “N7.” Now, after news of this year’s “Championship” pack consisting of Air Jordan 7 Retro pairs, the very first photos of the “N7” colorway of the same model have also surfaced. The sneaker is still slated to be arriving at retailers next month, but now Jordanheads get to have a look at what the pair will actually look like.

For Jordanheads who do not know, this is actually the very first collaboration between Jordan Brand and Nike’s N7 Native American program. 2015’s N7 releases will include this Air Jordan 7 Retro colorway along with several other never-before-seen renditions of Jordan Brand’s signature kicks. Of course, all the proceeds that are earned from the sales of this Air Jordan 7 and the rest of the iterations from this year’s N7 family will go towards sport programs for Aboriginal and Native American youngsters.

Until a week ago, there was no idea of knowing what the Air Jordan 7 “N7” was going to look like, but now it is obvious that the sneaker consists of a pure White leather upper. This colorway also sports other hues like Black, Dark Turquoise, Ice Blue, Red and White, which appear in the form of accents, especially on the tongue that happens to be covered in a tribal-inspired pattern. Apart from the fact that the upper collar of this pair features N7 graphics, it is also the first time that this silhouette has been paired up with a blue translucent outsole that balances and completes the look.

air-jordan-7-n7-01It had already been reported that one of next month’s Jordan release dates would be marking the arrival of these special kicks at retailers. Jordan Brand has neither announced nor confirmed the rumors, but Jordanheads can expect to be able to cop this Air Jordan 7 “N7” on June 3rd.

Air Jordan 7  “N7″
White/Dark Turquoise-Black-Ice Cube Blue
Release Date: June 3rd, 2015
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