The Air Jordan VII was introduced in 1992. The Air Jordan VII, created by Tinker Hatfield. The Air Jordan VII utilized some of the Nike Huarache technologies to generate a shoe that would assist the sole of the shoe have far more grip to the basketball courtroom. A handful of items were no more time showcased on the new product, these kinds of as the noticeable air sole, the Nike Air symbol, and the yellowing soles. This was the 1st Air-Jordan in the line that did not have any exclusive "Nike Air" on the outer portions of the shoe. The "Nike Air" can be identified on the in-soles.
When Jordan went to compete at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics to play for the US Men's Basketball Crew (also identified as the "Aspiration Group"), Nike unveiled a special Olympic colour combo of the Air Jordan VII design which experienced Jordan's Olympic jersey quantity, nine even even though most of the jordans that have been made, specifically the Air Jordan VII had a "23" on the back again.
Numerous designs of the Air Jordan VII were re-introduced in 2002, again in 2004, and once again with diverse colours in 2006. Also in 2008 Nike launched a black and blue pair owned only by Cheikh Mbacké, requested for $600.
In 2011 the Air Jordan VII noticed releases in the "Orion" and "Bordeaux" colorways. Other colorways are verified for a 2011 release as well, these kinds of as the "Cardinals" which is a re-launch and "Yr of the Rabbits". The "Olympic" and "Raptor" have been re-unveiled in 2012.
The Air Jordan VII was initially launched in 1992. It was retroed in 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.