The pair is more likely another “Team Red” style from the Swoosh . as the purplish hue most often associated with the Air Jordan 7 is seldom used. Additionally . this low-top would match a previously-teased Nike Dunk High. The titular red color takes over all of the model’s signature overlays . as well as outsoles and “NIKE” branding on the tongue label. Panels and components in-between . then . opt for a simple “colorless” makeup that allows for the aforementioned hue (be it “Bordeaux” or “Team Red”) to revel in the spotlight.