Raffle List For The Nina Chanel x Air Jordan 3

The NYC artist's second Air Jordan collab is here.

Raffle List For The Nina Chanel x Air Jordan 3

Following a limited drop through Super Cool Studios a week ago, the Nina Chanel Abney x Air Jordan 3 ($225) is set to release more broadly via Nike SNKRS and select retailers on June 20th. Reference our comprehensive list of all participating shops below if you’re hoping to secure a pair.


Nina Chanel Abney x Air Jordan 3

SKU: FZ7974-300
RELEASE DATE: Jun 20, 2024

US 06/20/2024 Thursday

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Europe 06/20/2024 Thursday

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Arguably the most highly anticipated sneaker drop of the month, the Nina Chanel Abney x Air Jordan 3 represents the second Jordan shoe collab by the NYC contemporary artist. Abney previously took her keen design ethos to the Air Jordan 2 in 2022, a release that was accompanied by an applaudable apparel collection. Slowly but surely, she’s establishing herself as one of the most significant Air Jordan collaborators of the current era.

Taken in “Bicoastal” and “Malachite” shades of green, the upper stands out for its use of non-traditional materials. Canvas accounts for the base and mudguard panels, while hairy suede touches up the toe, collar, heel, and eyelet panel for a balanced mix. Despite the radical departure from leather and elephant print, it’s the ancillary details that make the shoe truly stand out. Steering focus to the heel, we see revamped “Nike Air” branding consisting of plush terrycloth through “Sail” leather. Orange detailing on the heel and inner tongue, rope laces, and custom checkerboard insoles add even more appeal, comprising a true gem on the Jordan Release Dates calendar.

Available sizes run from W5/M3.5 to W15.5/M14, so all interested parties should be able to fit into a pair. Much like her last collaboration, the shoes will release alongside a collection of Jordan Brand women’s apparel.

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