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The Air Jordan 7 is certainly one of the more unique models of the Tinker era of footwear, particularly due to Nike’s experimentation with colorways that lean more toward the lifestyle range. Classics like the “Bordeaux” are a good example of that style, while other unreleased samples reveal that this silhouette was potentially destined to go deeper into the off-the-court depths. This upcoming release of the Air Jordan 7 Retro reveals a color palette right out of 1992, with a full black upper accented by a mix of purple, grey, and green – something like the Milwaukee Bucks uniforms of the mid-1990s to 2006 before purple was eventually phased out. A release date hasn’t been confirmed just yet, but get a first look at the grade school size below.