An early mockup of the pair details a lot of similarities with the upcoming Air Jordan 3 “White Cement Reimagined”, with white leather filling most of its upper base and the Elephant print present at its usual mudguard and heel counter positions. Adding to the simple makeup is the various gray accents by the ankle collar, the Jumpman branding on the tongue and heel tab, as well as on the tooling.
“Clean and supreme, the AJ3 returns in all its classic style and grace. Quality leather in the upper—with that luxurious elephant print texture—combines with visible Nike Air cushioning in the sole to make an everyday icon”.
Is Jordan 3 retro?
The Air Jordan III, which has been re-released as the Jordan Retro 3 regularly since 1994, introduced a new mid-cut silhouette, the unprecedented look of elephant print, and a brilliant young designer to the world of basketball shoes.
The majority of Jordan 3s are built from leather. The quality varies by release; the uppers on some colorways are usually pliable but others can be stiff. Some 3s will utilize suede or nubuck. Softer leathers and suedes should require less break in time. Over time, the upper on most sneakers will conform to the wearer’s foot shape a bit, becoming a much better and more comfortable fit.
Are Air Jordan 3 Good For Basketball?
One could play basketball in an Air Jordan 3, however it is inadvisable when compared to more advanced modern basketball sneakers available. Today’s tech surpasses that of the 80s and 90s with respect to sports performance.
I would put the Air Jordan 3 strictly in the casual category. While one could theoretically hoop in some retro Js, this is nowhere near ideal. I find walking in the Air Jordan 3 is ok, as long as you don’t overdo it. A few miles at a time is fine though.
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