U.S. Jordan heads were left ‘truly blue’ because the Air Jordan III ‘True Blue’ was released exclusively overseas, but this May, your frowns will turn upside down. Here’s a look at a 2011 Retro version of the Air Jordan III ‘True Blue’, set to drop sometime in May; you can expect the same as the 2009 version in terms of color-blocking and materials, but as it goes with all Air Jordan Retros, quality is still under questions. Many True Blue ’09 owners experienced cracked midsoles within just a few wears due to the midsoles being painted and not dyed, and aggressively yellowing heel-tabs. Regardless of whatever improvements (or lack of) have been made, the Air Jordan III ‘True Blue’ will be one of the more anticipated Air Jordan Retros of the year. Check out the detailed images of the 2011 version after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for more information as it develops. via modernnotoriety.
Color: White/True Blue