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August 30, 2022
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Infrared Vibes Come To This Air Jordan 7

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A familiar colorway is set to debut on the AJ 7.

Air Jordan 7 Retro White Infrared

We celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 7 in 2022. Even though AJ 7 Retro releases are few and far between this year, JB is going to keep the sneaker in rotation well into 2023. While many hoped to see more OG colorways drop alongside the "Cardinal" pair, we will have to continue to wait that out. In the meantime, we can look forward to an all-new Air Jordan 7 Retro, inspired by a classic Air Jordan 6 colorway.

Fresh for Summer 2023 is the Air Jordan 7 Retro "White Infrared." Taking direct design cues from the OG AJ 6 in the same color scheme, this pair sports a white-based all-leather upper. Infrared hits, dubbed "Crimson" on this specific pair, can be seen via the midsole, with black acting as the main accent, seen via the embroidered Jumpman on the collar, back heel pull tab, and parts of the neoprene tongue. A solid white midsole/outsole combo and complemented by hits of translucent icy blue, found underneath the hits of infrared.

The Air Jordan 7 Retro White Infrared is set to release in Summer 2023. It will drop at Nike, via the SNKRS app, and at select Jordan Brand retailers worldwide, both online and in-store. Coming in men's and gradeschool sizing, retail is set at $200 and $150, respectively. Check out our Jordan release calendar, and keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App to stay up to date on future releases.

Air Jordan 7 Retro "White Infrared"

Color: White/Crimson-Black
Style Code: CU9307-160 (men); DQ6040-160 (GS)
Release Date: Summer 2023
Price: $200 (men); $150 (GS)
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