Of course, we’re stoked to see the ‘Nike Air’ logo back on the heel – the money shot we’ve all been waiting for – and the leathers and finishes all look primo. However, the perforations poked into the grey leather look much bigger than the original pin-pricks. And so far we’ve only seen kids' sizes – perhaps the large perforations are merely an optical illusion caused by the small-scale shoe? We can only hope so, because if experience is anything to go by, Jay Brand will be looking to lace the whole fam with retro 3s and we expect to see a big kid’s version popping up soon.
The Air Jordan 3 ‘Black Cement’ retro is said to be releasing in February 2018. Stay tuned for more info.