Jordan Brand nods to Nike’s “Trash Talk” program with this pack, which focuses on recycle scrap material found on the cutting room floor, essentially manufacturing 100% wearable sneakers while minimizing waste. Which is why these Air Jordan 7s came comprised of a triangular patchwork of materials to go along with Nike’s “Trash Talk” releases at the time.
Highlighted with its patchwork design, here is a look at a never-before-seen Air Jordan 7 Patchwork Sample. This Air Jordan 7 features a blend of Black and Blue tones throughout its upper highlighted with Purple laces, Tan trimming and a Red back pull tab. A mix of White and Tan completes the design seen on its runner sole.
It doesn’t look like Jordan Brand will be releasing this Air Jordan 7 Patchwork Sample anytime soon, but for those that were a fan of the J2K Pack, would you like to see more releases with this pattern in the near future?
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