2021 Midnight Navy Air Jordan 3 CT8532-401 to release on January 15th

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2021 Midnight Navy Air Jordan 3 CT8532-401 to release on January 15th

The Air Jordan 3 Midnight Navy is one of two brand-new colourways of the legendary silhouette to have been unveiled. Designed by Tinker Hatfield in 1988, the model is a fan-favourite and has seen many high-heat releases over the years. As its ostensible signature, the silhouette delivers Cement Print overlays yet again, the counter as well as the toe cap doused in cracks of neutral variety. Dressed in a Midnight Navy, Cement Grey, and White color scheme. This Air Jordan 3 features a Navy tumbled leather base with Cement Grey overlays atop a White midsole and signature Grey-colored rubber sole.
2020 Jordans, The uppers here are crafted from premium-quality tumbled leather, with mesh overlays balancing out the look. For 2020, the shoe is decked out in a deep-navy rendition accented with grey panels. Adjacent, a tumbled leather lays from the toe box to the profile in a dark navy shade that bears one part of the Georgetown flag in tandem with the Jumpman embroidery, the middling eye stays, and the tab along the heel. Classic Nike elephant print is present at the toe box for an OG touch, while branding is kept to a minimum with Jumpman logos located at the tongue and heel only. Padding is present around the ankle to ensure that these are still up to scratch for performance basketball.
In 2020, Buy The Sneaker brought back the Air Jordan 1 High OG CO.JP releases that first launched in 2001 in limited quantities exclusively. Dressed in a Black, White, and Cool Grey color scheme. This Air Jordan 5 will look like the original pair featuring a Black nubuck upper, Grey Jumpman tongues, translucent netting on the sides and White embroidered branding on the heels. the shoe feature a White leather upper accented with a Silver Swoosh and Navy nubuck overlays. Nike Air branding embroidered on the tongues with a jeweled Wings logo on the lateral ankle completes the design.

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