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Air Jordan 7

The arrival of the Air Jordan 7 in 1992 continued pushing Michael Jordan’s footwear into popular culture. Bugs Bunny replaced Spike Lee’s “Mars Blackmon” as the pitchman and, for the very first time, there were no Nike logos visible on the outside. Jordan won a second-straight NBA championship in the 7, and made history as part of the “Dream Team” during the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.