Back in the mid 2000’s, The Air Jordan 7 “Chambray” released as a new colorway in the Air Jordan 7 line. Along with it, were samples produced around the same time that never made to retailers. One sample we’ve seen quite often is the Low version of the Air Jordan 7 “Chambray”. Another sample that we didn’t know was produced, was the Air Jordan XIV 14 “Chambray”. This XIV looks very similar to the “Pantone” 14 as the color that display resemble “Carolina Blue”. These samples are still kept in the Jordan Vault and in the hands of sample collectors like rareair45 on Niketalk.

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