The Best Look yet at the Air Jordan 3 "Katrina"

Arriving in 2018.

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Back in March, news surfaced that the Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” would be making its retail debut with further confirmation landing this November. Set to hit shelves on May 12 of 2018, here we have our best look yet at the upcoming Air Jordan model.

The Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” was originally auctioned off in 2006 to help raise funds for Hurricane Katrina Victims. Similar to the initial images of the “Fire Red” and “Black Cement” 3 that surfaced, the “Katrina” colorway sees its elephant print treated in black and white. Tumbled leather coats the entire upper as red detailing is placed on the midsole’s heel, behind the tongue, and on the tongue’s Jumpman logo.

The Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” is set for a May 12, 2018 release at Jordan Brand retailers for a price of $190 USD. In the meantime, check out the official images of the Nike Air Foamposite One “Alternate Galaxy.”

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