May 9, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 3
If you ever wanted to see a case study in how important colorblocking is to a sneaker’s finished look, here you go. The Air Jordan VII ‘Year of the Rabbit’ has kept sneakerheads buzzing about Chinese New Year long after the February holiday thanks to a sick white/grey base with red and gold accents that has more than a passing resemblance to the OG ‘Hare’ AJ7. And in these new side-by-side comparison images, you can see just how the Hares’ bright accent shades make for a totally different result, their jagged tongue graphics a strong reminder of early ’90s aesthetics. But which pair is better to you? Click through to see more images from JordansDaily and let us know which is your favorite. If you missed your chance during the Saturday release, grab a YOTR Air Jordan VII Retro now on eBay.
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I can't believe I STILL haven't seen a white lace swap of the YOTR 7s after almost 2 damn years. Does anybody have a link or picture or something?