December 14, 2011 BY Aaron Kr.
Last week Sneaker News reported the possibility of a Air Jordan Retro ‘Olympic Pack’ consisting of an Air Jordan VI and Air Jordan VII. Let’s change ‘possibility’ into a ‘confirmation’ because here we have a first look at the Olympic Games-inspired colorways of the two Air Jordans attributed to the Games. The Air Jordan VI features a white upper with regal gold accents on the midsole, inner lining, and ‘spoiler’, which is actually similar to a sample of the Air Jordan VI ‘Defining Moments Package’ release of early 2006. The Air Jordan VII, the shoe Jordan wore to the ’92 Games, comes adored with a fresh new colorway of Black, White, and Gold. Also releasing is the Air Jordan VI Olympic Retro+ that released back in 2000 (worn by Ray Allen), as well as the original Air Jordan VII ‘Charcoal’ from 1992. Aside from the Olympic-inspired releases is the return of the Air Jordan IV Mars, which shouldn’t be much of a surprise as 2012 is marked as the mass-Retro year for the Air Jordan IV. August 2012, which falls right during the Olympic Games in London, is the expected release month for this ground-breaking Air Jordan Olympic Pack, but stick with Sneaker News for more updated info on this latest development. via MN.