Jordan 7 Retro Flint

Jordan 7 Retro Flint



White / Varsity Purple-Flint Grey
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Release Date
April 23, 2006
Air Jordan 7

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About the Jordan 7 Retros in Flint (2006)

When the Air Jordan 7 was first released in 1992, it sold for $125. This iconic sneaker now has a resale value averaging 5-10 times its initial retail price—making it a favorite among sneakerheads.

The initial AJ 7 model was conceived by designer Tinker Hatfield for Jordan to wear in the 1992 Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain, alongside fellow Dream Team members Magic Johnson, Karl Malone, Charles Barkley and Patrick Ewing.

During the team's gold medal run, Jordan wore an Air Jordan VII original model, which featured his Olympic number 9 in place of the number 23, MJ's original NBA jersey number.

Air Jordan VII's Long Line of Retro Collections

In 2002, Nike launched the Air Jordan 7 Retro for a short-lived release, a decade after the original silhouette's debut. It was offered in Charcoal, an original colorway, and French Blue, the first new color since the OG collection's initial release.

Two years later, the brand brought back the 7 Retro in a limited release. Then, in 2006, another 7 Retro collection launched, with Nike expanding the line to six colorways, adding two LS versions, followed by the reissue of the original Cardinal colorway and an exclusive women's style. This release included the much sought-after Chambray colorway.

In 2008, the brand launched the exclusive Jordan VII Retro "Miro" for its Olympic Celebration collection. The Metallic Gold/Red colorway was inspired by the famous Spanish painter Joan Miro. This shoe continues to be one of the rarest Air Jordan 7s on the market and bears an artistic homage to the glory days of the shoe brand's genesis moment.

Jordan 7 Retro Flint 2006

Based on the OG Jordan 7s released back in '92, these white and grey Jordans bring a fresh take on the classic silhouette. Punctured grey leather covers the upper while high-contrast white leather crosses over in strips for a deconstructed look. Purple hints pop on the Jumpman logo seen on the side of the mid-top ankle, on top of the tongue, on the back of the ankle in Michael Jordan's famous No. 23, and on the sole in triangle-shaped shards and a second Jumpman. Dotted engravings show on the sole as well, adding bounce to the Air technology infused into every step.

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  • de dmb_fan1980April 12, 2024

    1,000% authentic

    1,000% authentic

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