New Jordans 2016, The Air Jordan 3 True Blue is one of the true icons. The case could be made that it's the best Air Jordan of all-time. In 2010 the Air Jordan brand commissioned then-11-year-old Cole Johanson to design a pair of Air Jordan 3s for its charitable Doernbecher Freestyle program. In telling his own personal story, Cole took a tonal red upper and applied a diamond pattern that subtly spelled out his first name, with additional nods to his two favorite foods – spaghetti and chocolate – discretely listed behind each pull-tab. 2016. And the reappearance of that well-loved branding is particularly big this time around. True Blues with Nike Air last released in 1988, omitted from the retro releases in 2001, 2009, and 2011. Stay tuned for more details and photos in the weeks and months ahead.
Cheap Jordans 2016, Back in September of 2014 Jordan Brand announced that they will be putting an end to production of the retro 3 for an undisclosed time. However it looks like they will be coming out the vault a little early then expected. The Air Jordan 3 "True Blue" will be receiving remastered treatment later this year, and will be releasing just a couple days before the Air Jordan 3 "Cyber Monday". The shoes feature a white upper with cement print overlays as well as blue tints on the midsole and lining and a grey rubber outsole. After a break, Jordan Brand will be bringing back the Air Jordan 3 model later this year. The Air Jordan 3 "True Blue" will be coming back in remastered form for Black Friday with "Nike Air" branding just before the release of the Air Jordan 3 "Cyber Monday"
New Air Jordan Shoes has made the holidays a bit more festive the past few years thanks to a number of high-profile retro releases, and this year will see dual fan-favorite models hitting store shelves (and underneath the tree for lucky recipients). Black Friday 2016 will see the launch of the Air Jordan 3 "True Blue," followed by the Air Jordan 11 "Space Jam" on December 17. The former is graced with the always coveted Nike Air branding, while the latter has "45" PE branding embroidered on the heel and a Nike Swoosh on the insoles. With MJ contemplating leaving Nike after the Air Jordan 2. A young designer named Tinker Hatfield and his design of the Air Jordan 3 convinced Jordan to stick with Nike. The Air Jordan 3's introduced both the Jumpman logo and elephant print to the shoe game.