Nike’s annual N7 Collection is returning and it will include an Air Jordan 8 that will join the Air Jordan releases 2019 in November. Since 2009, Nike has annually teamed up with Jordan Brand to release an N7 collection in support of the N7 Fund. The concept of the N7 Fund dates back to 2000, to the vision of Sam McCracken, who is a member of the Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes in northeastern Montana. His partnership with Nike led to the formation of the brand’s Native American division. The Fall 2018 N7 collection included the Air Jordan 1 Retro High Strap and the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1.
Nike has shown a tendency for celebrating history, with its Black History Month Collections being one example, but they are not the only ones. Nike’s N7 Fund and the sneakers associated with it can be traced back to 2000 when Sam McCracken decided to help Native American tribes to develop and grow through the sale of Nike products. This is how the N7 Fund came to be, and promoting health and wellness within the Native American community is the focus of the program. Like every year, Nike will drop another N7 Collection that will reportedly include an Air Jordan 31 colorway. Continue reading The 2016 Nike N7 Collection Will Apparently Include This Air Jordan 31 Colorway
Considering that Jordan Brand recently introduced the new Air Jordan 7 colorway from the N7 collection in collaboration with Nike, it was only a matter of time before the other pairs from the collection were also unveiled. It was mentioned in a previous post that the Air Jordan 1 Low and Jordan Super.Fly 3 PO were also going to receive the “N7” treatment. While the Super.Fly 3 PO rendition is yet to be seen and there are no hints of potential Jordan release dates 2015 related to the collection, but sneakerheads can now get a look at the Air Jordan 1 Low “N7.” Continue reading A First Look At The Jordan 1 Low From The Nike N7 Collection
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. Continue reading Sneakerheads Can Finally See What The Air Jordan 7 “N7” Will Look Like
Rumors began circulating back in early April that Nike would launch their next N7 Collection at some point this summer. There were hints that the collection would an Air Jordan 1 Low, an Air Jordan 7 and a Jordan Super.Fly 3 PO. While there is no full-fledged update about the collection, it can be somewhat confirmed that the Air Jordan 7 “N7” is indeed headed to retail stores on one of the upcoming Jordan release dates 2015. Continue reading The Jordan 7 Along With Nike’s Entire N7 Collection Is Arriving In June