January 3rd, 2013 by Sneaker News / 69
This quirky triangular patchwork of materials was first revealed in a forgotten 2010 release of the Air Jordan 1. Two years later, Jordan Brand unveiled a duet of Air Jordan VIIs using the same build format while adopting two great lifestyle-driven colorways of Filbert and Obsidian. These limited-issue releases were definitely one of Jordan Brand’s best-kept secrets of the year, and a quick appearance at select Jordan Brand retailers was all that we really saw of these impressive releases. Will J2K be a common theme for future releases? If so, you can thank the success of these Air Jordan VIIs for any continuation.
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