The Air Jordan 3 was Tinker Hatfield’s first Air Jordan design, and is still one of his greatest to-date. Originally debuted in 1988, both the original “Black Cement” and “White Cement” colorways have become one of the most essential Air Jordans ever since.

Michael Jordan wore the Air Jordan 3 throughout the 1988 season, while the “White Cement” colorway was the one on his feet when he took off from the free throw line during the 1988 Slam Dunk Contest. Both pairs feature its signature leather build with elephant print overlays and “Nike Air” branded heels.

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Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement”

Air Jordan 3 Black Cement

Air Jordan 3 Black Cement

Air Jordan 3 Black Cement

Air Jordan 3 Black Cement

Air Jordan 3 “White Cement”

Air Jordan 3 White Cement

Air Jordan 3 White Cement

Air Jordan 3 White Cement

Air Jordan 3 White Cement

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