An Air Jordan 3 classic colorway is about to get a bit of a remix.
One of the greatest sneakers ever made is the Air Jordan 3 which dropped all the way back in 1988. This model was designed by Tinker Hatfield and is the key reason why Michael Jordan stayed with Nike despite being extremely unhappy with the brand. Needless to say, this shoe has a ton of historical significance to Jordan Brand and over the years, we have gotten some pretty incredible colorways that still hold up, to this day. One of those models is the "Fire Red" offering which is considered to be one of the OG versions of the shoe.
According to Instagram sneaker insider @zsneakerheadz, the Air Jordan 3 is about to get an alternate "Fire Red" model although details as to how it will look are scarce. In fact, the Instagram account is saying that the shoe will drop in two different versions just like the "Red Cement" offering that came out during the All-Star weekend.
As for the release date, you can expect these kicks to drop on August 1st of this year, for $200 USD. A first look at the shoe is supposed to be coming soon so stay tuned as we will be sure to bring you all of the latest photos and information.