Jordan Brand reportedly has plans to release an all-new Air Jordan 7 later this year, and it appears the kicks will serve as a nod to Ray Allen's Milwaukee Bucks days.

The newly unveiled 7s sport a black upper accompanied by hits of purple, grey and green, reminiscent of the classic Milwaukee Bucks uniforms from the late '90s.

Ray Allen's original Milwaukee Bucks Air Jordan 7 PE, featured a black leather upper, along with purple and grey detailing, and his #34 stitched on the upper ankle. This upcoming Air Jordan 7 differs slightly in that it appears to be constructed of nubuck, and is grounded by a green outsole.

Release details have not yet been confirmed, but sneaker source @HanZuYing reports that the "Ray Allen" 7s will drop on June 22 for $190.

Allen's fellow UConn alum, Rip Hamilton, will be celebrated with a special edition Air Jordan XIV this April. Click here for details on that upcoming colorway.

(Image via @HanZuYing)

(Image via @HanZuYing)

 

(Image via @HanZuYing)

(Image via @HanZuYing)