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The Air Jordan 7 Retro "Golden Moments" Black/Metallic Gold-Sail originally released in 1992 and was once again designed by Tinker Hatfield. Unlike the previous four models, the 7 did away with the visible Air unit in the heel and "Nike Air" logo on the heel. They featured a Huarache-like neoprene inner bootie and colorful geometric detailing inspired by West African Tribal culture.
The Air Jordan 7 Retro "Olympic" White/Mtllc Gold-Obsidian-Tr Rd Retro made its debut in 2002. It was short-lived, as only two colorways were released. One pair came in the original "Charcoal" colorway, while the other came in an all-new Retro+ style. This version, the "French Blue" edition, brought the first new colorway to the model since it was originally released and also featured a new leather tongue.
For the World Basketball Festival in 2010, Jordan Brand brought back the Olympic: Air Jordan 7 Retro "Olympics 16'" White/Mtlc Gold Cn-Dp Ryl Bl-Fr for the second time. This time, they featured a gold heart-shaped "For The Love Of The Game" logo embroidered on the heels. Also released in 2010 was an all-new Premio colorway, which was the third release from Jordan Brand’s "Bin23" Collection.
The Air Jordan 7 Retro "Raptor" Black/Tr Rd-Drk Chrcl-Clb Purple came back again one year later in 2012 with a five colorway run. Jordan Brand brought back the "Olympics" for a third retro, this time true-to-the-OG (sans the "FTLOG" logo on the heels). Also, two "J2K" editions were released featuring redesigned woven uppers. Paying homage to the 20th Anniversary of the 1992 Summer Olympics, a "Golden Moments" Pack was released, featuring both the Jordan 6 and Jordan 7. The final 7 Retro of the year was the third "Charcoal" re-release.
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