1:53 PM | мар. 13, 2018
New Jordans 2017
will celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 3 in 2018. For the occasion, they'll be releasing a special edition Air Jordan 3 Tinker NRG model this March. The Air Jordan 3 is celebrated its 30th birthday this year, and an old but new Air Jordan 3 Tinker NRG silhouette is one style that honors the line. Basically designed by Tinker Hatfield as one of his first sketch iterations of the Air Jordan 3, the shoe will now be available to the public in a mixture of the iconic white cement and black cement hues. Swoosh logos are the highlight on the sides, Nike Air branding on the heels, sketched graphic insoles and Tinker’s signature behind the tongues complete the design altogether.Jordan Retro Shoes
, To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the birth of Air Jordan 3, the original design of Air Jordan 3, originally designed by designer Tinker Hatfield, was also incarnation and was made public for the first time. In addition, Air Jordan 3 will be combined with Nike's Flyknit technology this year. The black Flyknit upper will restore details such as bursts of cracks, again interpreting the collision between technology and classics. As one of AJ fan favorite Air Jordans, it has finally returned after a long absence. In addition to the complete reproduction of Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement", Air Jordan 3 "White Cement" NRG color will also appear with a new face, translucent soles and red stripes represent the stunning 1988 Jordan leap foul line Classic moment.Jordans 2017
, The Air Jordan 3 was originally released in 1988. It was the first Air Jordan designed by Tinker Hatfield, so it's fitting they'll be releasing a special model for its 30th Anniversary. Rocking White cement and Black cement hues, the highlights of the shoe are the Swoosh logos place on the sides, Nike Air branding on the heels, sketched graphic insoles and Tinker's signature behind the tongues complete the design altogether. If you're all about the Air Jordan 3 and appreciate releases with good story-telling, this is definitely a no-brainer.