Update of the Air Jordan 3 UNC Release
As expected, the release of the hyped Air Jordan 3 UNC was a complete success and the shoe was sold out within a very short time. Below you will find ways to buy the shoe at StockX or eBay for reseller prices.
However, we have to disappoint you, because at the retail price there is currently no Air Jordan 3 UNC anywhere.
Air Jordan 3 UNC release news
The Air Jordan 3 is Michael Jordan’s third signature shoe. The first Jordan III was released in 1988 in four colour styles: white, black, red, and blue.
The Air Jordan 3 was the first Jordan with the visible Air unit in the sole. The Air Jordan 3 also has the distinctive “elephant print” on its upper. The shoe was Tinker Hatfield’s first design for MJ and remains one of the most hyped and popular sneakers ever!
Air Jordan 3 UNC release infos
Jordan Brand probably chose this colourway very carefully. The March Madness 2020 tournament opens its doors on March 17th with a singles elimination tournament of 68 teams with college basketball teams. The UNC colourway by Michael Jordan is definitely the best choice.
The alma mater colours of His Airness remind us of the early days of the greatest legend. The iconic blue decorates the Jumpman on the tongue as well as the heel clip and eyelets. The smooth white leather makes the elephant prints stand out clearly in the front and back.
Where You Can Buy the Air Jordan 3 UNC
At Foot Locker, this release is already at the starting blocks. We strongly assume that more retailers will follow suit. As you know, we update our sneaker release calendar daily with new releases and retailers, so you won’t miss this release.
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