February 15, 2012 BY John Kim / 16
After Michael officially retired from the NBA, Jordan Brand creatively spun each passing year as a milestone of some sort. 2010, however, was truly a significant mile-marker for the brand, as it marked the 25th Anniversary of the debut of the original Air Jordan 1; to celebrate, Jordan Brand implemented the original White/Red/Black colorway of the Air Jordan 1 to every other Air Jordan that followed and dubbed it the ‘History Of Flight’. Here we have a detailed look at the Air Jordan III of that supreme collection; it features a tonal white leather upper sans-elephant print with the luxurious red weave interior and a solid red outsole, with the black laces adding a spin of contrast on the upper. We’ve got more visuals for you below so take a good look and stay tuned to Sneaker News as we feature more History Of Flight samples while you check out this listing from depeche23mode on eBay.
I dont get it. Why do JB design GOOD stuff, then have it for display and not for sale. But give us the BAD stuff. The white collection, the carolina blue collection, now this collection... from a business model perspective... im just perplexed to understand their motives. Retros are all they have, know one buys NEW Jordan models, so you would think if they come up with new colours for their retros(that people like)... then they would release those bad boys all day long. Look at the Black Out 11's... going for stupid money... err, why not RELEASE THEM?? Yes, No, Maybe, F*ck off? C'mon JB, get into the game again.
A jordan 3 without elephant print(now known as cement now) is pointless. The elephant print tinker put on them is one of the reasons why jordan stayed on nike.
Boooring.... Nobody but 1 person will get these. And that won't be anyone on here unless u want to spend 2k on a pair of shoes.