While the original Olympic 7s first debuted in Barcelona, Spain during the 1992 Summer Olympics, an alternate rendition of that Air Jordan 7 looks to commemorate the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Defined by a patriotic palette, the model flaunts pristine white across the majority of its leather upper, as navy-colored nubuck is implemented on the underlays, in addition to its ankle portion and outsole. The USA-inspired theme is capped off with pops of red gracing the midsole unit, heel and inner lining, while metallic gold accents adorn the tongue label and jumpman logo to perfectly evoke the first-place medals.
Priced at $190, you can expect to find this pair at select JB and Nike stockists starting August 16th.
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I like the original version better. The colorway is still appealing, but I prefer the all-white upper instead. It should still get a lot of attention none the less.
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