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One of the most awaited sneaker releases in 2022 finally lands in September! Back with the OG Nike Air branding on the heel for the first time since 1988! The Air Jordan 3 Retro “Fire Red” (2022) returns since its last release in 2013. What makes this one better than the 2007 and 2013 pairs is that the 2022 edition rocks OG details! No dark elephant print overlays on this one. 2022 is definitely a fire year for sneakerheads as the Chicago colourways of the J1 and J2 are also set to drop.
This is one of the few iconic Air Jordan 3 colourways that needs no introduction. It’s an OG pair worth adding to the sneaker collection.
The Air Jordan 3 is one of the most popular sneakers of all time. And it’s responsible for keeping Michael Jordan in Nike as he was slowly slipping away and looking for other brands. Officially released in 1988, this is the first Air Jordan model designed by the legendary Tinker Hatfield. He then went on to work on Air Jordans 4 to 15 before eventually taking a break.
The Air Jordan 3 features a leather upper and the iconic elephant print graphic – found on the mudguard and heel panels.
Air Max also makes its first appearance on any Air Jordan model with the J3. On the forefoot, an encapsulated Air unit provides decent cushioning for added comfort.
The Air Jordan 3 Retro “Fire Red” (2022) sticks to the script and brought back the OG elephant print and Nike Air branding for the first time since it first came out. White dominates the leather upper while Fire Red hues adorn the midsole and brand labels.
Definitely a pair you don’t want to miss out on! Stay tuned for its release in September 2022.
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