Jordan Brand has apparently released yet another Olympics-related colorway. However, unlike previous Olympics Jordan releases, this particular pair is not a direct nod to the ’92 games of Barcelona but is rather a tribute to a prominent team that was the highlight of that year’s Olympics game. This Dream Team-inspired Air Jordan 7 colorway, which has been dubbed “Barcelona Days,” has already hit the shelves on one of the recent Jordan release dates 2015.
Jordanheads are probably aware that Michael Jordan had laced up in the Air Jordan 7 throughout the period in which he played for the Dream Team at the 1992 Summer Olympics at Barcelona. Hence, Jordan Brand’s seventh signature model is quite iconic when it comes to the history of Air Jordans.
In commemoration of the AJ 7’s monumental place in Air Jordan history and its 23rd Anniversary, the team behind Air Jordan colorways whipped up this unique rendition of this sneaker. This “Barcelona Days” pair takes inspiration from the daytime cityscape of Barcelona city, featuring a color combination consisting of two shades of grey with jovial orange, pink and turquoise hues. The designs, patterns, color-themes, and hues are all in resemblance with Barcelona’s architecture. This colorway probably even reminds sneakerheads of the original Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux.”
For sneaker collectors who are having a hard time keeping track of Jordan release dates 2015, the retail debut of the Air Jordan 7 “Barcelona Days” was scheduled for 25th of. Jordan Brand had decided to release it worldwide but only at select accounts. Fans of sneakers and footwear around the world should definitely get a look at this release, especially the one belonging to the era of ’92 Olympics games and those who are residents of Barcelona.
To have your country’s colors on you, or to be able to relate to a time period you wished you could’ve lived again is something not very common. Even though this new jordans has already arrived at retailers, it was also available at eBay prior to its official release and should still be up for grabs from there too.