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Here’s an Early Look at the Annual N7 Collection with the Jordan Super.Fly 2017

Nike and Jordan Brand celebrate Native American Heritage month every year with a collection of shoes and apparel that help fund sport and physical programming to Aboriginal communities across North America.

Today we have a piece from that collection — a special N7 colorway of the Super.Fly 2017 from Jordan Brand.

This colorway features a metallic gold N7 patch on the inside of the tongue and uses the black, red, and teal color scheme that has become synonymous with the N7 collection.

We also have an early look at a few more silhouettes from the collection including the Footscape Woven Chukka and Nike Air Max Zero. Both utilize the same color scheme as the Super.Fly 207, sans the teal.

No word yet on an official release date but stick to WearTesters.com and we’ll keep you updated on any upcoming information.

Jordan Super.Fly 2017 – Performance Review



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  1. As someone who is part Native American (Cherokee)… no one gives a shit about the plight of native Americans. Anyone buying these is strictly about reselling them. So what’s the point?

    That being said, shoes are hot garbage.

    1. Well, the proceeds from the initial sale still fund programs to help Native American communities.

      What the buyer decides to do with their bought goods after is totally up to them, but their initial purchase still goes to a good cause.

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