Take a Detailed Look at the Air Jordan 3 "Desert Elephant"

Arriving this June.

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Following a first look teased last month, another detailed look at the upcoming Air Jordan 3 “Desert Elephant has surfaced. The pairs will arrive as part of a larger Jordan Brand‘s Summer 2022 lineup, offering a reinterpretation of the classic “Black Cement” color-blocking design.

The upcoming Air Jordan 3 arrives in a mix of “Black/Rush Orange/Fossil Stone/Sail,” featuring Black leather uppers, brown Elephant texture overlays on the toe and heel, “Fossil Stone” hues across the eyestays and collars, and “Rush Orange” accents on the lower eyelets and Jumpman tongue tabs. Insoles feature a special “formula” tag that describes the inspiration behind this AJ3, and Air bubble soles below feature a split Black and Sail midsole heel elevated by a Grey rubber outsole to complete the look.

Take a scroll through the images above, and look for the Air Jordan 3 “Desert Elephant” to arrive in June at Nike’s website and select retailers for $200 USD. In case you wanted to cop a pair now, GOAT has them stocked right now.

 

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