Air Jordan 3 first arrived in 1988, thanks to Tinker Hatfield. Hatfield, the jblackfriday2017.com mastermind behind several Air Jordan silhouettes, faced immense pressure in designing the iconic sneaker. At the time, Nike was in a fragile state, having lost designer Peter Moore, and marketing VP Rob Strausser. the creation of the silhouette would end up being the perfect middle ground for sneakerheads who loved both high-top and low-top shoes.
Everything about the conception of these kicks was intentional, partly because Michael Jordan played such an active role in it. When asked what his ideal Air Jordan Sneakers Women's Sale sneaker would be by Hatfield, Jordan wanted a mid-cut height, unlike the Air Jordan 1’s, that was chic while also being comfortable. Hatfield indeed delivered, with a special twist that featured the famous Jumpman logo from Jordan’s 1984 dunk, on the tongue of the sneaker. During the year of the Air Jordan 3’s release, the silhouette arrived in several colorways including “White Cement,” “Black Cement,” “Fire Red,” and “True Blue,” with the former two having remained the most popular of the bunch.
The Fragment Design x Air Jordan 3 is a collaboration between Hiroshi Fujiwara’s design studio and Jordan Brand on Michael Jordan’s third Air Jordan 3 LS DO The Right Thing signature shoe. Rumored to originally be part of Fujiwara’s scrapped “The 10” collection, this collaborative Jordan 3 sports a simple color scheme of black and white, though it's full of intricate details that make this one of the most appealing Jordan 3 colorways on the market.
Starting with the upper, white tumbled leather appears on either side of the shoe. Check out Smooth white leather can be found in a dotted design on both the collar and eyelets. Interestingly, Fragment removes the Jordan 3’s beloved elephant print mudguard in favor of moody smooth black leather. An embossed Fragment Design logo is located on the glossy black heel panel.