December 29, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
When Tinker Hatfield was designing the Air Jordan III, Michael Jordan had one major request of infusing an animalistic print to the sneaker. Tinker responded with a unique pattern mimicking the skin of an elephant – which is also the exhibitionary theme for the Air Jordan III in the legendary ShoeZeum. Considering the high price, whether or not these are really for sale is up for you to decide, but we think it’s just one way for the owner of the massive ShoeZeum to get the deserved worldwide recognition. In this particular lot, eighteen deadstock pairs of the Air Jordan III are up for grabs, with nine colorways in total and plenty of doubles. Take a look after the jump and check out the auction from authentic_sneaker_powerseller on eBay.
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