Signature shoes are an exercise in two-sided autobiography. For the first time, the women's Nike Zoom Fly 3 houses a slightly softer Air Jordan 1 sockliner with a higher arch. Air Jordan 4 Modifications both minor and extensive have given the Air Jordan 1 some fresh new identity, and the most recent exploration into the platformed Elevate trim has shown plenty of promise for its adherence to the OG design and selective colorways. A white base lays underneath in the same material, matching the midsole but not its tread nor the dark shade of the laces and tongue. Compared to its last appearance in 2013, this pair thankfully forgoes the Jumpman logo at the rear. And this past week, these people have received their answer the silhouette is to release in a White Red colorway simply dubbed Cherry. The Air Jordan 3 is Michael Jordan's third signature basketball shoe and remains as one of the most sought Air Jordan 4 Womens after sneakers to-date. They were the first pair of Jordan sneakers that legendary designer Tinker Hatfield created, and they made their official debut in the year 1988. In terms of its design, they served as the first Air Jordan model to utilize visible Air units, Jumpman logos, as well as the recognizable elephant print. In all seriousness, this upcoming Air Jordan 3 Retro for women captures the original 1988 colorway of Black and Cement Grey, but curiously adds a touch a gold on those aforementioned panels. This offering comes with black and white lace sets and arrives in OG packaging with a color twist. The Zer0 Noise, Heartbeat and The Family launch colorways release January 2, January 9 and February 27, respectively, on Jordan.com and at select retailers.