The Air Jordan 7 Pantone series debuted in 2010. Is it too little too late for the shoe to succeed at retail?
While I still enjoy the Pantone series, a lot of the newer generation that seem to be “into” sneakers likely couldn’t care less about this release. Maybe if it were an Air Jordan 3 or 4, but even those haven’t sold well — even in rare PE edition releases such as the Motorsports and those including the Nike Air branding. With Yeezy and Boost sneakers being all the rage, the Air Jordan 7 ‘Pantone’ will likely be overlooked. However, if you end up grabbing a pair then our detailed look and review of the shoe should help you know what you’re about to receive.
Let us know if you plan on grabbing a pair tomorrow for $190 or if you’ll let these sit a while until they’re found at the Factory Store for an additional 20% off.