March 14, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 18
In our last preview of the Air Jordan VII Retro ‘Olympic’ slated for July, we noted that 2004 and ’10 releases preceding these makes this particular colorway one of the most commonly seen OGs over the years. And to this point in history, most of our previews of the forthcoming drop have been grade school sizes, made evident by their five eyelets below the ankle (the mens have six). But with the rest of the shoe a spot-on reproduction of the original (none of the midsole re-blocking we expect on the AJ6 ‘Olympic’), these kids prototypes provide a good sense of what to expect when these hit retailers on July 21st. Check these out in greater detail after the jump and let us know how you’re going to handle the Olympic heatwave Jordan Brand will roll out during this summer. via Air-Randy
this years cardinals ... everybody will be breaking these in for the new school year . this release could have waited .
SNEAKER NEWS!! I am confused is air randy legit ???? I mean all I hear he sales fakes,, I come here to learn, and all I see is air randy, vmvinc, rmk, soo what's really going on
These are a must have for me. So gladd they decided to put these out in gs since the ftlog were only mens not to mention limited. Whoever doesn't want them it's straight on my part. These are my second must have release this year alongside the bred xi's now.
I don't mind JB releasing these again which means for me that I have one less retro to worry about this year and more money staying in my pockets! Good luck to those who's going to cop
Nice still got my 2010 looking brand new and nothing is wrong with getting a new pair of 2012 olympics
yea he sells early production/ b-grade stuff straight from ghongzho its legit its just not quite up to par on quality and he sells them at a point where their could still be changes made to the shoe in production
Stop listening to these new sneakerhead trolls on niketalk and iss!! They don't sell fakes if you want fakes go to good-seller.