Official Look at the Air Jordan 7 "Citrus"

Adding to the silhouette’s 30th anniversary celebrations.

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It has been 30 years since the Air Jordan 7 made its official debut to the public, and to celebrate its three decades of existence, Jordan Brand has decided to release it in a barrage of colorways both old and new. One of the retro offerings that will be brought to the front lines is the Air Jordan 7 “Citrus,” and the 2022 pair has just been officially unveiled.

This iconic colorway was first introduced back in 2006, and it’s slated to be revived with all of its original design cues. Nubuck overlays found throughout the upper half are done up with a solid black tone, and arrive complemented with “Citrus” exposed stitchings that outline their every shape. More fruit-inspired hits are applied to the Jumpman logos which match the latter, as well as the heel tabs, interior lining and Jordan logos on the tongues which are splashed with “Varsity Red” hits. Mountain-like molds on the midsoles also come supplied with matching accents for extra flair.

Interested in copping? Sizes for the entire family are going to drop come July 2 via SNKRS and other retailers. The price for the adult pair is set at $200 USD.

For other footwear news, detailed images of the Air Jordan 3 “Desert Elephant” have surfaced.

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