, These special edition 3s were originally introduced through charity auctions as a means to raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims in 2006, featuring a similar look as the beloved "White Cement" 3s with the addition of red on the mudguard instead of black. Originally produced back in 2006 for charitable relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina ripped through the Gulf Coast – doing much of its damage in New Orleans – the Air Jordan 3 "Katrina" is rumored to make its official retail debut later this year, more than a decade after the shoe released exclusively for charity. It can be recalled that the 2006 sample edition of this Air Jordan 3 featured White and Red color scheme – and yes, it was very popular among sneaker fans. It also sported a mix of Cement and Fire Red color scheme. Rumors surrounding Jordan Brand's annual Holiday lineup are already hitting the internet, including reports that the "Katrina" Air Jordan 3s will finally be releasing as part of the Fall/Winter Collection.
New Jordans 2017
, The Air Jordan 3 Black Cat first released back in 2007 featuring an all black colorway with premium patent leather on the mudguard, nubuck, and jet black elephant print for a simple classic that fits right in with the Jumpman’s current all-black overhauling of select retro models.The colorway takes a simpler route in comparison to the Air Jordan 3 "Fire Red" thanks to the same elephant print shade found on both black and white iterations of the Air Jordan 3 "Cement." Traditional Air Jordan 3 branding is found on the tongue and heel which complements its white tumbled leather upper. Simply a heavily sought after pair due to its exclusivity, the sneaker is now suggested to release to the general public this Holiday 2017. Favored for its clean palette of white, cement grey, black and fire red — the model will also include classic Nike Air branding on its heels.
These New Air Jordan Shoes
were originally designed for charity to support the relief efforts of Hurricane Katrina. The "Katrina" Air Jordan 3 sports a white leather upper with red accents on the midsole, eyelets, Jumpman branding on the tongue, and the inner lining. This 2017 version will also feature "NIKE AIR" branding on the heel. Simply a heavily sought after pair due to its exclusivity, the sneaker is now suggested to release to the general public this Holiday 2017. Favored for its clean palette of white, cement grey, black and fire red — the model will also include classic Nike Air branding on its heels.