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A Complete Retro History of the Air Jordan 3

January 16th, 2014 by / 74

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This weekend’s release of the Air Jordan 3 “Powder Blue” and the upcoming “Infrared 23″ release in March indicates that the Air Jordan 3 may have permanently transported to a new phase of the shoe. The heralded OG colorways of the 3 – the Black/Cement, White/Cement, Fire Red, and True Blue – have all been re-released many times before, and barring a complete “Nike Air” return on all those colorways, it appears that there won’t be a need for an OG bringback any time soon. Jordan Brand has done a great job at re-imagining the classic Jordan shoes with new colorways, and although it my appear that new color-combos are all that’s on deck, remember that Jordan Brand started dabbling in new colorways over ten years ago.

The Air Jordan 3 was, in fact, one of the first “retroed” shoes, but it wasn’t until 2001’s release of the Air Jordan 3 “Mocha” that some new flavor was brought to that model (and did so in limited number). What followed was a series of colorways (even for women), and in 2014, we’re ready to open the door to the impressive “Dark Powder Blue” and OG-like “Infrared 23″. If you’re new to the game, check out this quick rundown of all the Retro colorways (that, not originated from ’88) and jot down a list of all the pairs you have in your personal collection.

Air Jordan 3 “Mocha”
Release Date: September, 2001

The Air Jordan 3 “Mocha” featured a rich, lifestyle-friendly arrangement of white and Dark Mocha, with the slightly altered elephant print offering up quite a new POV on the classic Jordan model.

Air Jordan 3 “Cool Grey”
Release Date: February, 2007

After a long hiatus, Jordan Brand introduced “Cool Grey” to the Air Jordan 3, bringing with it hints of orange and red around the shoes.

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74 comments
AlvinOetama
AlvinOetama

what's the difference between pure money and silver anniversary ?

Joanlee
Joanlee

imo they should bring out the AJ 3s and 5s in all white again.

kshaun12
kshaun12

IV's over III's....need more of them!

Og lopez kicks
Og lopez kicks

The best melo ever the 1.5 white blue and yellow Im waiting that release.

shirty_I_am
shirty_I_am

@deegs78 very much! Was going to get the 3 powder blue tomorrow but don't think I will

deegs78
deegs78

@shirty_I_am I like the powder blues 3's as well, but I wouldn't wear them. I think I might get some melo 10's.

shirty_I_am
shirty_I_am

@deegs78 yeah don't mind them at all! Check out 9 "Baron" and 3 "Katrina" and 3 + 10 "infrared" these are what I'm waiting on

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