It is the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 3 in 2018, so you can expect to see the silhouette in a number of iterations throughout the rest of the year.
With the 2018 Winter Olympic Games now concluded in South Korea, Jordan Brand has just unveiled a special Air Jordan 3 Korea edition to pay homage to the basketball culture in Korea. The model was first seen on South Korea FIBA coach Jae Hur, and features a White Cement theme but in South Korean colors instead through the Taegukgi flag seen on the right tongue and “Seoul” in Korean embroidered on the back left tongue. Elephant print detailing are applied on the toe and heel areas, while Nike Air branding on the heel completes the design altogether.
Be on the lookout for this limited edition Air Jordan 3 Korea to release at select Jordan Brand stores in South Korea very soon.