Jordan celebrates the 23-year anniversary of the 1996 draft by honoring one of the first athletes to sign with the brand—Ray Allen. The colorway pays homage to Allen’s first professional basketball team and takes inspiration from two of his original P.E.s. Ray Allen’s logo is featured on the sockliner, while a vibrant tongue and translucent green accents deliver a finish as smooth as his jump shot.
Although the Milwaukee Bucks lost in Eastern Conference Finals, the team is back to being a force in the NBA. Fans can celebrate the team’s great year with the soon to release Air Jordan 7 “Ray Allen”, which is based on two classic Ray Allen PE colorways.
The Air Jordan 7 “Ray Allen” will launch on the 1st of June through Jordan dealers and Nike’s SNKRS app.