Of the five original colorways released in 1992 . the Air Jordan 7 ‘Bordeaux’ is considered the most distinctive. Prior to the 2015 Air Jordan 7 Retro ‘Bordeaux’ . the sneaker was retro’d only once in 2011. The 2015 retro release returns the shoe to its original glory as part of Nike’s ‘Remastered’ collection. The sneaker features a black and grey color-blocked nubuck upper that meets a true-to-the-original black on black midsole/outsole combo.
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