On Sale Retro Jordan, The Air Jordan 3 first arrived in 1988, thanks to Tinker Hatfield. Hatfield, the mastermind behind several Air Jordan silhouettes, faced immense pressure in designing the iconic sneaker. At the time, Nike was in a fragile state, having lost designer Peter Moore, and marketing VP Rob Strausser. Despite production on the Air Jordan 3s being six months behind schedule, the creation of the silhouette would end up being the perfect middle ground for sneakerheads who loved both high-top and low-top shoes.
The Air Jordan 3 Racer Blue sporting a colorway spiritually similar to the silhouette’s past offerings.White tumbled leathers deal an identical quality and simplicity that is, then, accented by pops of elephant print. And these patterned pieces, though ordinary at a glance, twist the original with a 3M finish, further setting the release apart outside of the “Racer Blue” hits.Adjacent, the leather upper brandishes in a simple white coloring, while the vamp and instep accent with perforated panels of similar neutrals. The titular Racer blue then arrives by way of the Jumpman embroidery, midsole trim, and the eyelets both at the top and bottom of the eyestay.
The bold silhouette of Nike Air lifts the Nike Air Max 270 React to new heights, while the Nike React foam midsole delivers exceptional cushioning. Imagine all-day comfort with unstoppable style.These light arctic pink and orange pulse suede Nike Air Max 270 React sneakers from Nike presents the brand's signature Air sole so you're literally walking on air. Defy the elements.It uses lightweight, no-sew materials to create a modern aesthetic that looks as good as it feels.
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