Chris Paul Shows Off Air Jordan III “Red October”

September 16, 2013 BY / 2

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Could another highly coveted Air Jordan III be releasing before the ‘Nike Air’-branded ‘Black Cement’ 88s?  The ‘Red October’ theme is one of the hottest in the sneaker world at the moment, and the Jordan 3 ‘Legends of the Summer’ as seen on the Jay Z/Justin Timberlake concert tour would be right up there with the extremely rare Air Yeezy 2 in terms of elite must-haves.  Chris Paul got his pair, which he was kind enough to photograph in such a way as to emphasize the tonal combination of suede, patent leather, snake and Safari print.  This unique material makeup is further set apart with no Jumpman at the toe, a move that makes this exclusive pair perhaps even more luxurious.  Let us know what you think once you’ve seen more below and stick with Sneaker News to see if these ever drop at retail.

Photo: Chris Paul

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heat_meiser
heat_meiser

the materials on all these do look cool..

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