Nike And Jordan Release New, Native-Inspired N7 Collection

    Since first rolling out in 2009, the Nike N7 fund has aimed to support sport organizations in Native American/Aboriginal communities that help children to lead an active lifestyle. Each season, Nike and Jordan Brand also offer up a special slate of releases in conjunction with the fund to raise money and awareness. Now the the next chapter of N7 is here, as the Fall 2018 collection just dropped.

    Consisting of an Air Jordan 1 Retro High Strap, an Air Force 1 Mid, a Jordan Why Not Zer0.1, a Nike Huarache City Utility Premium, and a Nike Presto Fly Premium, the collection calls upon traditional tribal beadwork patterns and colors for its unique looks. Turquoise accents are prevalent throughout the majority of the shoes, and the aforementioned beadwork-style patterns are raised to provide arresting textured detailing. Fan of the beaded and patterned look? The majority of the Fall 2018 N7 collection is available now at, and the AJ1s/AF1s will release November 14th on Nike SNKRS.


    Since 2009, Nike’s N7 program has provided millions of dollars of support to Native American and Aboriginal youth sports programs, helping boys and girls experience teamwork and leadership. The program is driven by Native American wisdom of the Seven Generations: In every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the seventh generation. The ultimate goal of Nike N7 is to consider this impact and to help Native American and Aboriginal youth recognize their proud history and build on it for a triumphant future.

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