"Georgia Peach" Accents the Air Jordan 3

Arriving later this month in women’s sizing.

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As Jordan Brand’s plans for this year continue to unravel, it’s clear that the Air Jordan 3 is as prominent as ever. Everything from collaborations with the likes of A Ma Maniére and Nina Chanel Abney to a new Air Jordan 2/3 hybrid sneaker are on the way, but before any of those projects hit shelves, a new women’s-exclusive colorway has been prepared to drop this month, featuring a new “Georgia Peach” color arrangement.

Revisiting the silhouette’s iconic “Cement Grey” detailing, this iteration of the sneaker opts for minimal adjustments — enlivening a classic presentation in a new way. A white leather upper is joined by perforations around the lacing system and at the collar while the aforementioned “Cement Grey” touches down at the mudguard and heel counter. As for its special “Georgia Peach” accent color, the orange hue dresses the eyestays, the midsole’s rear and the Jumpman logos positioned at both the tongue and heel. From there, an off-white midsole is backed by a grey rubber outsole to complete the look.

At the time of writing, a product page for this “Georgia Peach” colorway of the Air Jordan 3 has not been published by the Swoosh. However, it is currently expected to launch later this month on April 27 in women’s sizing via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a starting price of $200 USD.

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