Air Jordan 3 Retro - White/Fire Red-Black/Cement Grey

The Nike Air Jordan 3 is one of the most iconic models in the entire history of Jordan sneakers. It marks a lot of firsts for Jordan as a brand. Along with being superstar designer Tinker Hatfield's first time working with Michael Jordan, it also was the first to use Air Max, debuted the "elephant" print and it's the first shoe to wear the Jumpman logo. In more ways than one, the Jordan 3 was a complete revolution for the Jordan line.

As the legend goes; after '87, MJ had been considering a move to adidas, but Tinker's design blew him away so much he decided to stay on – kickstarting one of the greatest working partnerships in footwear. Phil Knight even credits the model with saving Nike entirely!

The smooth white leather uppers share cues established by the AJ2, but Tinker created a much more staunch silhouette for the AJ3. The biggest material feature is the use of "elephant" patterned leather on the toe and heel. Elephant print would go on to become synonymous with Jordan brand.

Another Jordan icon to debut on the AJ3 is the "Jumpman" icon. The embroidered silhouette of MJ, arms and legs outstretched in what most see as a flying dunk. In reality it's a ballet move that His Airness pulled from a standing start. Past retro releases have missed one key detail: the heel has been devoid of the original NIKE AIR branding, instead wearing a Jumpman. Fortunately Nike fixed this with the original graphic now back where it belongs.

- OG re-issue
- Smooth leather upper
- Textured "elephant" leather
- Perforated detailing
- Air Max sole tooling
- "Nike Air" heel branding
- SKU: DN3707-160
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