Where To Buy The Air Jordan 3 JTH “Bio Beige”

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During Justin Timberlake‘s Super Bowl 52 halftime performance, he debuted a brand new Air Jordan 3 silhouette with the same specs as Tinker Hatfield’s original design sketch. Timberlake’s Air Jordan 3 JTH went on to be one of the most revered Jordan Brand releases of early 2018 selling out in moments each and every time it restocked. Now, in honor of JT’s Billboard number one Man Of The Woods album and his tour with the same name, the former NSYNC frontman and the Jumpman are set to release the Jordan 3 JTH Bio Beige this weekend. Dressed in a decidedly earthy and gritty color scheme that perfectly matches the message and cover art of Timberlake’s latest album, it comes equipped with memorable lyrics from one of the record’s most popular tracks. Its left sneaker boasts a fiery custom insole that reads “Stress Is Cruel”, while its right-footed counterpart opts for a grassy graphic with the words “Fame Is A Lie.”

Packaged in a custom box and accessorized with three varying lacing options, the Bio Beige 3s are slated to arrive at select retailers on August 28th with an $200 USD NRG price point. Peep another on-foot shot at the newest Jumpman collab below as well as our list of where to buy links that will continue to grow up until the shoe’s official drop.

Air Jordan 3 JTH NRG
Release Date: August 28th, 2018
Color: Bio Beige/Camellia/Opti Yellow/Bio Beige
Style Code: AV6683-200

Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

Where to Buy: Air Jordan 3 Bio Beige

Where to Buy: Air Jordan 3 Bio Beige – (No global shipping)

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