The Jumpman team continues to find success by constantly recycling colorways from Michael Jordan‘s extensive catalog of sneakers, and this year it will be digging into the vault to bring back one of the makeups from its early 2000s archive: the Air Jordan 7 “Chambray.” This colorway originally debuted to the public back in 2006 and is slated to make its return towards the latter half of the summer season this year.
All of the makeup’s original design cues are expected to be brought back. Designed with an understated presentation, the high-cut retro kicks are predominantly formatted with solid black nubuck, and come accessorized with hints of “Chambray” accents that are sprinkled towards the Jumpman logos on the collars, Jordan branding on the tongues, “23” badges on the heels and the sharp cut molds across the midsoles. African-inspired prints adorn the tongues and are fitted with “Light Graphite” contrasting patterns. Heel tabs also come dressed with muted gray exteriors, while the midsoles are brought to life with stealthy finishes.
Check out an early glimpse of the pair in the carousel above, and note that these are slated to release on August 5, 2023 for $200 USD.
Elsewhere in footwear, the Air Jordan 4 “Military Blue” is returning in 2024.