The Air Jordan 7 was released in 1992. While Tinker Hatfield had just designed the Nike Air Hurrache, he decided to implement similar features into the 7th Jordan. It featured a neoprene inner bootie with die-cut ankle support and an overall lightweight design. The AJ7 was the first and only Air Jordan to receive a prominent Huarache design. The shoe was influenced by African tribal artwork, as you can see geometric shapes of the African art were mimicked in the lines of the upper, and multicolored tongue print and outsole.