New Jordans 2016, Covered in a palette of university blue and white, this particular colorway is also suggested to be a tribute to MJ's alma mater — University of North Carolina. The defining tone essentially drapes its nubuck-based upper while it's perfectly offset against a full-length white rubber sole unit. Additional details include more white accents located on the heel, tongue and Jumpman branding on its ankle section. Covered in a palette of university blue and white, this particular colorway may perhaps be a homage to MJ's alma mater — University of North Carolina. The defining tone essentially drapes what seems to be a nubuck-based upper, while a white Jumpman branding is evident on the ankle section. Finally, a full-length white sole unit finishes off the simplistic two-tone profile.
Jordans 2017 "Pantone" edition of the Air Jordan 7 is set to hit shelves, after being previewed within its summer lineup alongside the Air Jordan 13 Low "Navy." The colorway pays homage to Michael Jordan's alma mater of UNC thanks to the coloring on its upper. Its midsole and sole host white coloring which are complemented by a white Jumpman on its lateral side in addition to further branding on each tongue. Dressed in a University Blue, White and Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 7 features a full Blue-based upper that includes White Jumpman branding throughout. Minor Black detailing and a solid White sole completes the release. The colorway pays homage to Michael Jordan's alma mater, UNC, with a nearly tonal upper done in baby blue. Hits of white are seen in the Jumpman and tongue branding, as well as the sole.
The New Air Jordan Shoes is the next style to debut from Jordan Brand and it's perfect for the warm months ahead. University blue makes up the sneaker's nubuck upper, which also reflects as a tribute to Michael Jordan's alma mater, University of North Carolina. Contrasting accents of white are placed on the "23" branded heel, tongue and Jumpman branding on its ankle, while a white sole unit completes the design overall. By now you know the story behind this legendary sample colorway of the Jordan 7. Originally known as the Jordan 7 Pantone from the 2010 World Basketball Festival, a collection showcasing Carolina Blue samples to harken back to Michael Jordan's playing days at the University of North Carolina, Jordan Brand is finally releasing a number of exclusive looks at retail that were once off limits to the public. while a University Blue dominates the numerous panels and the neoprene tongue. About the only thing that isn't draped in the Tar Heels‘’ signature shade is the black lining and all white midsole/outsole unit to match the Jumpman branding throughout.