September 10, 2011 BY John Kim
What do the Air Jordan III and the University of Oregon have in common? None other than Tinker Hatfield. Hatfield was picked up by Nike after he graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Architecture, and the Air Jordan III was his first design of the Air Jordan, beginning a string of sneaker designs that are considered to be some of the greatest of all time. Here’s a look at the Air Jordan III ‘Oregon’ – an Air Jordan III with the school’s logo and branding around the shoe. The tongue features the domineering ‘O’ logo while the heel features a playful logo of ducks feet instead, and the upper also shows a funky white circular logo. The eyelets are yellow to match the school’s colors as well. These were posted up on Donald Glover’s Do It Donald! tour by Portland native pdxkeith, so check out the extra shots below and stick with Sneaker News for more updates!