December 3rd, 2013 By ehloknows
One of the most beloved colorways in Jordan Brand history has to be the Air Jordan VII “Bordeaux”. The shoe that originally made its debut for the 1992 Olympics when MJ wore it off court recently made its way to a lot of people’s favorite silhouette in the Air Jordan IV thanks to the crazy mind of Dank Customs. Hitting the mudguard with a soft grey suede, the upper alternates between black and grey while the tongue gets a maroon treatment with an awesome custom tongue patch to mimic the original print on the Air Jordan 7. Hit the gallery for more images and let us know what you think in the comments.