July 28, 2013 BY Patrick Johnson / 0
Another original Air Jordan colorway is set to drop this coming Saturday – the “Fire Red” that we last saw in 2006. While a very popular release, the Fire Red III Retro was notorious for its advanced cracking midsole paint as just a few wears would leave the medial paint-job looking rather horrible. That’s just the nature with the painted midsoles, so let’s hope the 2013 Retro release is better with quality, because the AJ3s are the type of shoes that will get heavy wear in sneaker rotations. We’ve got another look at these coveted Jays below, so give it a look and cop them early now from libertysneakers on eBay.
Air Jordan III
Last pair of J's I'm coppin' until the Holiday season J's drop.... Steel 10's, Blk/Wht 5's, Taxi 12's and Laney 5's or 11's.
pretty easy to get a GR Jordan for retail nowadays. Just gotta be quick and put a little effort. No need to pay over retail.
Heard the cracking isn't much of an issue this time. Ill be getting these unless the db3 restock happens this week and I somehow manage to be on twitter at the right time and snag (yeah right ).
@MAD_NICE Oh my fault i read your shit wrong. But yeah alot of GR Jays are easy to get. They are online still and if you dont want to pay extra cash or wait you can just go to the store. I got the crimson 3s a day after. Only wore them once because too many people have them.
@MAD_NICE lol exactly.. i mean if i dont cop online its a no go... first and only time i went out for kicks was the military blues (4s) last year literally. It was 1 lady online then me and other dudes came. This was around when they changed midnight releases.
@MAD_NICETrue, it's easy nowadays to cop a J's....At first when i was start buying them it was hard as fuck but it's nothing to get J's....there is a lot of J's i could have get but passed on....But this one is a pass for me!
@Born2fly kinda but they are better than that garbage on the shelves.
how can you have heard that and actually believe it if they are not even out yet,and for those that have copped early,its still wayyy too soon to tell.
@JManSam cracking will still be an issue..You think Jordan brand want to help you make them last longer?