2023 New DN3707-100 Air Jordan 3 White Cement Reimagined Shoes

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2023 New DN3707-100 Air Jordan 3 White Cement Reimagined Shoes

Latest Nike Jordan Sneakers, As one of the most beloved Air Jordan 3 colorways, there's a lot of anticipation surrounding this sneaker. This time around the AJ3 will come ready to wear with an aged aesthetic. The sneaker will also be getting an updated shape made to match the 1988 specs, with the elephant print as close to the original as possible. Dressed in a Summit White, Fire Red, Black, and Cement Grey color scheme. Details include a Red Jumpman on the tongues, Nike Air on the heels, elephant print overlays on the toes and heel, White laces and a Red insole with Black Nike Air branding on it.
Shop Jordans 2020, The Air Jordan 3 will look like the OG 1988 pair, but with a vintage/aged-look. Part of Jordan Brand's "Reimagined" series, this version of the shoe will feature a vintage look, including an overall shape more aligned with the original, pre-yellowed areas, "Nike Air" branding on the heels, and OG-style packaging. This offering of the Nike Dunk Low features a leather base fully covered in multiple-colored foam fingers paired with Green suede overlays. Blue Swooshes, Red tongue and heel braiding, rope laces atop a White midsole and icy translucent outsole completes the design.
New Jordans Retro, Released in 1988, the Air Jordan 3 was the first design by Tinker Hatfield in his three decades of collaboration with the Jordan legacy. When Michael Jordan took the court for his third Slam Dunk contest wearing Air Jordan 3's, he gave the world an unforgettable image of flight. With his victory, the Jumpman icon was born. From this partnership, Tinker crafted the now-iconic elephant print. To this day, the AJ3 remains one of the most notable sneaker silhouettes worldwide. The sneaker also introduced the Jumpman. This symbol would go on to appear on all of Jordan's products. The silhouette and the Jumpman logo are thanks to Tinker Hatfield, who designed the shoe and included Michael Jordan's other request as well: elephant print.