2018 Seoul Air Jordan 3 AV8370-100 Online Sale from jordan's blog

Jordans 2017, The Air Jordan 3 "Korea" celebrates two key sporting events of 1988 – the Dunk Contest in Chicago during which Michael Jordan leapt from the Free Throw Line, and the Summer Olympics that took place in Seoul. The Taegukgi (Korean flag) inspires the shoe's overall color scheme, with the "taeguk" symbol expressed through the lining and collar's blue and red and the white upper representing peace and purity (as it does on the flag). 서울 (Seoul) is featured on the left inner tongue, while the 1988 summer games motto 화합과 전진 (Harmony and Progress) is featured on the right inner tongue. The heel reads "Nike Air" in a clear nod to the original Air Jordan 3.
Jordan Retro Shoes, Created by Tinker Hatfield and Dan Sunwoo as a special project in Nike's Innovation Kitchen, the Air Jordan 3 Seoul commemorates the 30-year anniversary of the city’s hosting of summer games and the moment Michael Jordan won the 1988 Slam Dunk Contest. "I grew up a sneakerhead in Seoul and I wanted to create a shoe that pays homage to the creative energy of the city. Now is the perfect time, building on the momentum of the winter games and the love Korean consumers have for Jordan Brand," says Sunwoo.
New Jordans 2018 looks to continue giving the Air Jordan 3 attention in 2018. Continuing the celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Air Jordan 3, Jordan Brand will be releasing a special edition Air Jordan 3 Seoul to commemorate the occasion. The shoe was created by Tinker Hatfield and Dan Sunwoo as a special project in Nike’s Innovation Kitchen. White tumbled leather makes up a majority of the upper and is trimmed in royal blue leather on the heel and red on the lining. Details setting this shoe apart from a standard 3 are the Taegukgi flag embroidered on the right tongue, "Seoul" written in Korean on the back of the left tongue, and "Harmony and Progress" written in Korean on the back right tongue as well.

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