The CZ0789-105 Air Jordan 7 "PSG" will be added to Jordan Brand's Paris Saint-Germain collection during the Spring 2021 season. The Jordan 7 PSG is the latest Air Jordan variant unveiled by the world-famous Parisian football club Paris Saint-Germain. Though some sneakerheads may think a concept crossover between basketball and football may seem quite odd, this Air Jordan VII embodies all the timeless feature that made the model so iconic accentuated with PSG's club motifs throughout, overall bringing forth a stunning colorway that'll have you craving for a pair. Lastly, the familiar "PANAME" and "ICI C'EST PARIS" appear on the insoles and exterior flaps. Special packaging completes the design.
2020 Jordans, The daring pair follows 2018's Air Jordan 1 and an Air Jordan 5, 2019's special editions of the Air Jordan 6, Jordan Mars 270, and Air Jordan 1 Low, and 2020's Air Jordan 4, and vibrant ZOOM CMFT, this time reverting to the clubs' staple (and patriotic) Tricolore of navy, white, and red. Though the iconic geometric prints from the tongue have made way for a solid navy, the brand has nodded its heritage by-way-of special graphic insoles decorated with the famous print. The sole unit arrives clad mostly in navy, save a few flashes of white at the midsole and the return of the Tricolor underfoot, and the pair comes complete inside a special pitch-lined box. Working on a tumbled leather base hued in white, the football club's signature navy and red colours appear on various overlays throughout the iconic asymmetrical-panelled upper.
Jordan Release 2020, The two toned assemblage here is extremely close to that of the "Coast" colorway that dropped for women towards the second half of February 2021, but this particular iteration simply relies on UNC colors exclusively for styling. What's similar is the two-tone color blocking, as well as the white leather base and University Blue covering the overlay panels, the Swoosh, shoelaces, and outsole. More Tar Heel-inspired blues are poured onto the laces, tongue logos interior liners and heel overlays, the latte of which has the standard Nike lettering embroidered in.