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Jordans 2017, Instead of sporting the Jumpman logo on the heel that we're used to seeing on retros, they decided to bring back the original version, which utilized a Nike logo. Now the shoe is being restocked in limited numbers. In his third season Michael Jordan (1988) wore the OG Nike Air Jordan 3 White Cement for the first time. The infamous sneaker is dressed in an all white leather upper with the toe and heel splashed with a cement grey and black specs. Heel also touched with some black as the red lining completes the color theme. The Jordan heel tab is replaced with "Nike Air" logo inspired from the '88 release.
New Jordans 2018, In so many ways, the Air Jordan 3 was a first in footwear. The Jordan 3 was the first Air Jordan designed by famed and legendary sneaker designer Tinker Hatfield when it hit Michael Jordan's feet for the 1987-88 season. While we saw high-top and low-top versions of the Air Jordan signature shoe in the first two models, the Air Jordan 3 was the first mid-top basketball shoe. Air Jordan 3 feature beautiful graphics.designs and styles that are equal to great pieces of artwork that you could have framed and have visible on your walls.
New Jordans 2017, The initial was the Air Jordan I (one) Retro Large OG "Knicks" version and this Air Jordan III "White Cement" model which attributes the "Nike Air" logo on the heel counter as properly as on the insole and hangtag. This is a retro of the authentic 1988 Air Jordan III (three) worn by MJ during the 1988 NBA Dunk Contest exactly where he dunked from the free-throw line. If you are a real OG -head or sneakerhead of any kind this pair has become a have to have in your collection. The much anticipated Air Jordan III '88 retro has a release date of February 6th. The sneakers serve as one of the most unexpected drops in a long time, both because of the long awaited "Nike Air" treatment on the back end and the fact that the Air Jordan III saw a pretty thorough retro run just two years ago.