Air Jordan VII ‘Olympic’ – Dissected
It’s not often that you see a deadstock pair of Air Jordans taken apart piece by piece. Although it may be tough to swallow at first glance, this crisp new pair of the Air Jordan VII ‘Olympic’ has seen the grim reaper and is now separated from head to toe – upper, insole, midsole, outsole. As you can see, this ‘autopsy’ reveals the major comfort component of the Air Jordan VII – the full-length Air unit that is embedded into the midsole. The Air Jordan VII broke the streak of visible Air Max units in the Air Jordan that spanned Air Jordan III through VI, and since then the ‘embedded Air’ has been a staple until Zoom was introduced with the Air Jordan XII. So, what to do with these spare pieces? Form a hybrid, or restore an old pair? Check out the extra bits of this dismantled Air Jordan VII and let us know if you’re going to cop the Air Jordan VII ‘Olympic’ when it drops in a few months. Photos via sole-up
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Dissected or unassembled stolen parts? I'm leaning towards the latter... After a shoe is completely glued together and assembled, there is NO possible way to pull it apart in such a clean way.
leat we know the brats at jb arent ripping us off, i think alot of nike that used to have full length air sole, do not anymore, and they are advertised of having it.IE: 09 trainer 91 MAX
thats koo as shit! no wonder why 7's are so comfy. and they should do this to all air jordans so i can see the cushioning system
These J's r not new they have been worn. I don't think any1 would do that 2 a pair of dead stock kicks unless they have 3 pairs. I know personally I would not do that 2 any of my kicks but that is just me...
I'm sure these will be a pretty big deal, but VII's never really did it for me. Just not a very clean look, IMO. Good look to everyone who wants to cop them.
@ solodolo I like these but the fact that u got alot of thumbs down for expressing your humble opinion proves that majority of people wearing Jordans these days are hive minded scrubs. most people who are gonna buy these are just trying to copy whatever rapper wore them last week. Still a sick shoe, wish my old pair wasn't so beat up.
if you read the article they did it to discuss how the shoe will be while it is still brand new from comfort levels to other specifications that might be hard to see while the shoe is still completely together
of all the Js I've had 2s and 7s gotta be the most comfty...7s get the nod cause the suede and leather are just as comfty whereas I've heard leather 2s weren't that comfortable 7s got that Hurache foot hugging thing going on got the Cardinals in January love them