Air Jordan 7 Patchwork Sample

Dating back to August 2012, Jordan Brand released the Air Jordan 7 J2K Pack which was available in Obsidian and Filbert.

At the time Jordan Brand paid tribute to Nike’s ’Trash Talk’ program which used recycled scrap materials found on the cutting room floor with the end result being a fully constructed and wearable sneaker. Due to the material use, this is why both Air Jordan 7s featured the triangular design.

Now we have a look at the Air Jordan 7 Patchwork Sample which didn’t make the cut. Looking closer they feature both Black and Blue throughout while Purple lands on the laces. Other details includes Tan on the trimming, Red on the back heel tab while both White and Black is seen on the outsole.

At the time of writing, it doesn’t look like Jordan Brand will release the Air Jordan 7 Patchwork Sample, however things can change in the future. Comparing to the J2K Pack, which would you have rather have? Make sure to visit the comments section and let us know your thoughts.

Air Jordan 7 Patchwork Sample

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