The Air Jordan XXXI Joins the "N7" Family

Encouraging the youth to stay active.

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This year’s N7 Collection will be welcoming a new member with open arms. The Air Jordan XXXI will be joining the fold with a clean colorway mixing black, dark turquoise and white throughout. The Air Jordan XXXI “N7” will also represent a good cause as it will be a part of the proceeds going toward Native American and Aboriginal youth sports programs in order to encourage constant physical activity.

Staying true to its aesthetic, the Air Jordan XXXI “N7” hosts a material transition from heel to toe of synthetic leather to Flyweave respectively. Mismatched branding provides it with a twist as one tongue sports the “N7” and Nike logos while the other hosts the traditional Jumpman.

The Air Jordan XXXI “N7” is expected to release on November 7 for a retail price of $185 USD at select Jordan retailers as well as online.

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