Air Jordan VII (7) Retro – Olympic – ‘For The Love Of The Game’

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BREAKING NEWS:
A ton of Air Jordan colorways have already been confirmed for late 2010 and early 2011 like the Playoff Air Jordan XIII and the Cool Grey XI. How about the Olympic Air Jordan VII? Polish sneaker boutique, KICKS, received a stock of the Air Jordan VII in the Olympic colorway but with an updated change; on the lateral heel, you will see a golden basketball heart logo – a logo first seen on the Air Jordan IX For The Love The Game. Aside from the addition of the logo, the colorway of the Air Jordan VII Olympic looks to be true to the original. These are set for an August 7th, 2010 release but availability of this pair is unknown at the moment. What we do know is that Kicks in Poland has them in stock, so other shops may begin to receive these as well. Of course, Sneaker News will keep you updated, so check back with us and we’ll keep you on top of this latest development.

Much Thanks!!
Kicks Store
21 Chmielna St.
00021 Warsaw, Poland
tel. 0048 228266072

Air Jordan VII (7) Retro – Olympic – ‘For The Love Of The Game’
Style:
304775-103
Color: White/Metallic Gold-True Red-Midnight Navy
Release Date: August 7th, 2010

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