One of the Easter egg sneakers that Carmelo Anthony only wore a few times was the Air Jordan 7.
This was the first sneaker in Michael Jordan signature line to forego Air technology, instead utilizing heel and forefoot Zoom Air. This gave a bouncier sensation compared to the impact absorbing Air Max cushioning. The Jordan 7 is also noticeably lighter than the past 6 versions, with a thinned out upper and the lightweight neoprene bootie interior. Visually, the shoe takes elements from African art, with the sharp lines directly coming from a African tribal patterns that designer Tinker Hatfield saw on a poster in Portland.
Anthony’s AJ7 for the 2004 Summer Olympic games featured his nickname on the heel, but you can find that same “Olympic” colorway without the logo HERE.