Originally surfacing as a sample in colorways such as "Chambray" and "Citrus" in 2006, the Air Jordan 7 Low is now a retail reality, beginning with this trio of NRG styles hitting stores in the coming weeks.

The familiar "Bordeaux" colorway is true takedown of the original from 1992, while the "Bright Concord" and "Taxi" make-ups bring new flavor to the Air Jordan 7 lineup. Each shoe is highlighted by the multicolor geometric patterns that helped the model stand out in a golden era and become an all-time classic. Now it's time to see if the low-top will be able to amass similar fanfare.

Jordan Brand hasn't officially announced a release date for the Jordan 7 Low NRG, but the word is a Sept. 27 drop for $140 each. Stick with Sole Collector for updates.