As of today, only one Air Jordan 7 is set to release during the holidays as part of the Air Jordan Retro lineup. This retro version of the Air Jordan 7 is making its first ever appearance in this specific colorway/theme. Dubbed the “Sweater”, let’s take a closer look at this vibrant accented Air Jordan 7. Known previously as “Sweater”, the Air Jordan 7 “Nothing But Net” pays homage to a pair of famous Michael Jordan moments during the early 1990s. Jordan wore a shirt and matching shorts with the pattern that is found on the shoe’s overlay during a solo trek around Barcelona during the 1992 Olympics and once again for a Super Bowl McDonald’s commercial with Larry Bird a year later. The pattern’s colors can be found all throughout the shoe alongside with the white upper and black tongue.
The shoe is meant to symbolize the “trendy” sweater that Jordan wore for a McDonalds ad commercial that also featured legend, Larry Bird. The commercial itself was pretty dope, the sweater though, that’s another story. Following suit, or in this case “sweater”, the Air Jordan 7 comes in a white upper that is seen donning a large amount of colorful hues. Colors include Bright Concord, Soar Blue and a shade of gold and red. Black laces tie the shoe up, while the midsole peaks come in black and red. The outsole is just as bright as the accents on the upper, coming with every single color that Jordan wore in his sweater. A red Jumpman is seen on the ankle collar, while Concord and Red hits make up the Jordan branding on the tongue. Completing the look of the shoe is the ’23’ hit on the heel that happens to lie parallel to the red heel tab.