October 21, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
A big question mark began to swirl around the Air Jordan VII Look-See Sample the Sneaker News gave you an exclusive first look at. No branding whatsoever meant that this sample somehow slipped off the production lines, or that Jordan Brand had something bigger in store for us. Turns out the latter was true, because that no-logo sample was in fact the base layer for the Air Jordan VII Premio, which later revealed to have a West-African tribal-art motif on the heel. The colorway made all the more sense, and combined with the cultural graphics on the shoe, the Air Jordan VII Premio served as the perfect tribute to the original concept of the shoe. These have started to pop up overseas and a U.S. release date hasn’t been confirmed just yet, but you can get a hold of this size 10 pair from fandi_rd04 on eBay.