Jordan Brand has teamed up with Bephie’s Beauty Supply of Los Angeles, owned by Beth “Bephie” Gibbs – wife of Union LA founder Chris Gibbs — to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 7.
It’s a clever update on Tinker Hatfield’s original Huarache-inspired model, with a mesh shroud wrapping around the inside of the neoprene bootie and fastening at the top with an elastic string. The Air Jordan 7 has been reimagined as a hiking-style shell in Sanddrift, Malt, Turf Orange, and Peach Cream, giving the shoe a protective air. On the inner mesh, the Jumpman emblem is shown, and beneath the quarter mudguard, the forefoot Swoosh logo can be seen.
The arrowhead component seen on classic AJ7 editions has been replaced with Bephie’s store branding on the heel. Furthermore, the extended embroidery from the lace collar all the way down to the toe box is a lovely touch, but the extra toe cap is our favorite part.
You can get the Bephies Beauty Supply x Air Jordan 7 for $210 USD on August 25 from select stores and Nike. Check out official images of the sneaker below.