Air Jordan 3 ’88 Black Cement Possible 2014 Release

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The first Air Jordan sneaker designed by architect Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan 3 will always be a legendary and classic sneaker. It’s the sneaker that changed the sneakergame on court and off court.

Sneakerheads around the world can get their hopes up with a possible return of the iconic Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” in its original form.

Pictures have surfaced of a possible Air Jordan 3 ‘88 “Black Cement”, sporting a black upper, with the classic, grey, elephant skin pattern on the heel and tip. Other features, are a white midsole with black accent finished off with a grey outsole. It also contains the usual visible Air unit and a fire red Jumpman on the tongue.

The devil is in the detail though. The Air Jordan 3 Retro ’88 release would feature the “Nike Air” logo on the heel instead of the Jumpman. The only difference that would make AJ fanatics go mad over these shoes.

Throughout the years, the Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” has been the kicks to have; and not much has changed. These Air Jordan 3s with its history and design are a definite must have for any sneakerhead.

Nike recently released the Air Jordan 3 Retro ’88 to pay tribute to the 25 year old design in early 2013. It had the “Nike Air” on the heel and came with a hefty price increase of $40 USD. However, the sneakers became an instant hit and were sold out worldwide in a few minutes.

If they the Air Jordan 3 ’88 “Black Cement” ever come out, you can expect the same price increase and high demand for these sneakers. What are your thoughts on the possible release? Do you prefer the Jumpman logo or the OG version?

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Pictures courtesy of: sneakernews

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