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Air Jordan III ‘True Blue’ 2011 – New Images

March 25, 2011 BY / 0

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With many of the 2007 pairs done in ‘lifestyle’ colorways, 2011 is likely to go down as the biggest year since ’88 for the Air Jordan III.  Pictured above is the second of three originals colorways to see a retro release, the AJ3 ‘True Blue’.  These joints are slated to hit US retailers on June 4th and while a release one month later might have been more poetic for the white leather plus red and blue accented design, we’d pick em up today if a surprise shipment were to occur.  The 2009 retro was notorious for its spotty overseas availability, so here’s hoping you can get a pair, a sentiment that’s likely to grow when you click through to see the latest round of photos. If you can’t wait until June, you can pick up an early pair right now from Air-Randy on eBay.

Style: 136064-104
Color: White/True Blue

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