The 304775-141 Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro White French Blue Flint Grey were released on December 14, 2002, as part of a double release date, along with the Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro-Black-Citrus-Varsity Red. Although simple, the accent colors are really nice, and blend well together. An all white leather upper with accents made up of different shades of blue, as well as flint grey. The Air Jordan 7 (VII) features a design similar to the Nike Huarache technology to create a shoe that really sticks to your foot. The shoes design was influenced by an African Art poster that Jordan brand mastermind Tinker Hatfield bought in Portland.