In our first viewing of the Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Olympic Celebration (or dubbed “OC”), we had said the multiple colors represented the Olympic Rings, and although this may be true, this Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro goes deeper than that, here is the short story.
Dubbed the Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro after the Spanish painter Joan Miro who died before the 1984 Olympic Games. In 1992 when Michael Jordan and the Dream Team won gold, they played in Miro’s hometown Barcelona, Spain, and Jordan wore the Air Jordan 7 (VII) Olympic.
Taking the design from Joan Miro’s sculpture, “Woman and Bird”, the Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro Olympic Celebration Pack will contain the same style and colors. This pair will exclusively premier at Opium Barcelona on Thursday, July 3, from 7:30 pm and you can expect a big in store celebration. Via Guillotine.
Air Jordan 7 (VII) Retro Miro – Olympic Celebration Pack