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First Look at the Air Jordan 3 "Reimagined"


Adam Cheung
December 1, 2022

A contemporary interpretation of the classic "White Cement" from 1988.

Last month, Jordan Brand dropped the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Lost & Found." Regarded by many to be the hottest sneaker of the year, it was an almost one-to-one remake of the very first Air Jordan 1 that released back in 1985. Hype surrounding this retro was on another level, and just when you thought it was all over, it looks like the Michael Jordan-helmed footwear company will be doing it all over again in 2023 with the Air Jordan 3 "Reimagined" - and we're taking our very first look yet.

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A contemporary interpretation of the classic "White Cement" that introduced the Air Jordan 3 back in '88, this pair features the exact same white leather construction and elephant print detailing that surrounds the front and back. Like the aforementioned "Lost & Found," however, this pair has been slightly reworked for a pre-distressed vibe. The eyelets, heel badge, and Nike Air midsole have all been dipped in a creamy hue for a vintage look and feel, and this will also come in an aged shoebox complete with old school tags and receipts.

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Expected to release on March 11th next year, the Nike Air Jordan 3 "Reimagined" will no doubt be one of 2023's biggest launches. Let us know what you think of this colorway, and keep it locked on Ox Street's dedicated Air Jordan page for the latest and greatest drops.

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Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and streetwear. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.