Air Jordan 7 FAQ

What are Air Jordan 7s?

Designed by Jordan’s Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan 7s were first released in 1992. In this season, Michael Jordan continued his championship winning streak and was named season MVP. AJ7s notably do not include external Nike branding and air tech which pushes the design even further beyond basketball into streetwear.

What are Air Jordan 7s made of?

While Air Jordan 7s were originally made mostly with leather, the brand has diversified materials in newer iterations.

How do I legit check Air Jordan 7s?

There are several ways you can look out for fake Air Jordan 7s. Want a shortcut? We’ll let you know for free at one of our in-store locations. First, you can compare the shoe to online authentic pictures. If you have a box, you can also compare the box and shoe label. Make sure to google the product label number to make sure the right size and colorway come up. If you’re still not sure, feel free to bring your shoes in to check with us!

How do I clean Air Jordan 7s?

Air Jordan 7s can be cleaned with a sneaker cleaning kit or with warm water and soap. You can also use a soft-bristled brush. Soak your shoelaces separately in a solution of water and soap. Wet or baby wipes can be used to remove minor dirt throughout the shoe. Bullseye can set you up with a high quality cleaning kit at the link below.

How much are Air Jordan 7s?

The price of Air Jordan 7s can vary depending on releases. Browse the Bullseye collection below to compare some prices and pick your best option!

How do Air Jordan 7s Fit?

Air Jordan 7s fit true to size. If you have more wide feet, you may want to size up, and if you have narrower feet, you might size down.

Where Can I Buy Authentic Air Jordan 7s Online?

Bullseye Sneaker Boutique carries a wide selection of Air Jordan 7s including both recent releases and classic designs. All sizes and colors are available to be shopped online at the link below.

Where are Air Jordan 7s Manufactured?

Air Jordan 7s are manufactured in China and Taiwan in Nike factories.