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A few weeks back Jordan Brand unveiled an all-white Air Jordan 4 dubbed as the Pure Money iteration, set for a spring 2017 release. Today, the brand introduces a forthcoming all-white silhouette on the Air Jordan 7 that will also be titled Pure Money and is set to be released this summer.

Releasing in kids and adult sizes, this Air Jordan 7 Retro Pure Money features a white premium leather upper with hits of a light gray colorway detailed on the suede portions of the shoe, sock liner, Jumpman logo, tongue and heel tab. Rounding out the sneakers’ overall look is a multi-color outsole that features a mesh of white and light grey from heel to toe.

2017 will mark the first time in years that the Jordan Brand focuses on all-white silhouettes, making this Jordan drop another highly anticipated sneaker of the year. The Air Jordan Retro 7 Pure Money is slated to release globally at Nike and Jordan Brand retailers on Saturday, June 3, for a suggested price of $190. Look for Jordan Brand to release more info on these kicks once the official release date approaches.

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