In celebration of Michael Jordan’s iconic launch from the free throw line thirty years ago during the 1988 Slam Dunk Contest, Jordan Brand released the Air Jordan 3 Retro NRG 'Free Throw Line.' The sneaker comes dressed in white with Cement Grey accents on the toe box and heel and Fire Red detailing on the eyelets and on the tongue. The model also boasts a translucent sole with a red stripe, exactly where MJ took off from the line. Other details include "3:51" lettering on the back pull tab to remember the time Jordan took flight, and "147" on the tongue as a nod to his final score.
- WHITE/FIRE RED/CEMENT GREY
The Air 3 Retro Nrg "dunk Contest" White Cement shoes include the groundbreaking Air technology of Nike, that is composed of a flexible and lasting capsule full of air located in the midsole of this sneaker. Thanks to this technology, the model ensures your feet and joints, reducing force of impact for each step.
Air Jordan 3
Launched in the late 80s, the Jordan 3 became the first model of the brand to integrate the iconic "Jumpman" logo, a graphic representation of Michael Jordan's silhouette. They were also the first Jordans being designed by Tinker Hatfield, Nike's great supporter This silhouette also came with technology and materials that were considered avant-garde back then.