Air Jordan VII ‘Year of the Rabbit’ – Release Reminder

May 6, 2011 BY

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Packaged in a luxurious box decorated with antiquated Asian graphics, the Air Jordan VII ‘Year of the Rabbit’ is an appropriate tribute for this year’s animal of the Chinese Zodiac. Why the Air Jordan VII? That connection goes back to 1991, when the Air Jordan VII first released. One of the original colorways of the AJ7 was the White/Silver-True Red colorway, that we all attribute to Bugs Bunny (which explains the ‘Hare’ moniker). The Year of the Rabbit and the Hare version are very similar in colorway, as they both share the same upper colorway and midsole color-blocking, but the 2011 version features prominent use of regal gold to give it an extra touch of royalty. Tomorrow, May 7th, is the official release date of the Air Jordan VII ‘Year of the Rabbit’, so be sure to lock your pair down because supplies are very limited. You can avoid all the hassle and pick up a pair now on eBay.

Air Jordan VII Retro ‘Year of the Rabbit’
Light Silver/Metallic Gold-True Red-White
459873-005
05/07/11
$160

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