May 25, 2012 BY cement / 0
Among the Air Jordan models that hit high enough to warrant a low-cut version, most of them have seen a chopped down release at one point or another in their life cycle. It seems like as long as you pass the height restriction (sorry Air Jordan III, and IV) then a low is on the way. One of the few models to break this maxim is the Air Jordan VII, a low form of which only exists in sample form as shown above. The outtake from Spring 2006 comes in sort of a creamsicle colorway, letting the white leather dominate up top. Click through to check out this Air Jordan VII Low sample and bid on the pair now from soleofseattle10 on eBay.
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