Girls' Toddler Jordan Retro 7 Basketball Shoes
One of the more sophisticated silhouettes in the Jordan line, the designer, Tinker Hatfield, actually got the inspiration from a poster featuring African tribal art about an upcoming Afropop music show. Add in the fact that Michael Jordan himself requested that the Jordan 7 "stay young and interesting, while remaining sophisticated", and it was a done deal. Thus, in 1992, Nike released the Jordan 7 and now Jordan Brand is revamping the model for the girls and ladies with this Fuchsia Force version.
- UPPER: Leather and durabuck
- MIDSOLE: Dynamic fit neoprene inner sleeve
- OUTSOLE: Solid rubber