ARE YOU READY FOR THE AIR JORDAN 3 OG “BLACK CEMENT” IS BACK

Air Jordan 3 OG Black Cement can commonly be found at the top of many sneakerhead’s all-time-favorites lists. This year, Jordan Brand will celebrate the 30 year anniversary of the Jordan 3 with a special release.The Air Jordan 3 carries decades of history behind it. Over the years, the legendary silhouette has graced the feet of everyone from Kid Cudi, to Lily Allen, and even Kim Kardashian. Now, in 2018, as Jordan Brand gears up to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Michael Jordan’s most beloved sneaker, more images and a release date have appeared of the Air Jordan 3 OG ‘Black Cement’. Arguably one of the most popular pairs of sneakers on the planet, expect this release to be a little hectic as original Jordan collectors and new sneakerheads alike try to secure their pair.

For this release, Jordan Brand will switch back to the original Nike Air branding on the heel of the shoe, a feature long sought after by fans of the 1988 pairs. The rest of the shoe remains largely the same as it has appeared before, with a mostly black and grey leather upper, supported by the infamous Jordan elephant print around the heel and toe to add visual texture. Pops of red add color to the eyelets, logo, and outsole of the shoe, as well as rounding out the ever popular black and red color scheme that is so relevant to the Jordan Brand.

Air Jordan 1 High comes in what looks to be a Dallas Mavericks colorway, but Dallas fans, before you get too excited, you should all know that it’s a GG release, meaning that it’s strictly going to come out in Grade School/ Girls sizes.The Air Jordan I High comes ina Wolg Grey upper that complimented by the nice hits of Photo Blue see on various parts of the Jordan 1. Black hits are seen on the laces and lining, while a white midsole balances out the look of the shoe. Available now at select retailers, let us know if you plan to pick up a pair.

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