Air Jordan 3 Flyknit ‘Black/Anthracite’ Review | Stanley T.


The Air Jordan 3 Flyknit ‘Black/Anthracite’ has been marked on many fans calendars for months on end (even though the date was constantly changing). However, Jordan Brand finally released the shoe — it sold out in minutes — so we’ve got a detailed look and review for you.

Following the success of the Air Jordan 1 Flyknit, the Air Jordan 3 is the latest Jordan model to combine its iconic style with today’s innovative footwear materials. The upgraded Flyknit upper gives the shoe a much lighter weight — and does so while paying homage to the iconic original Air Jordan 3, down to the elephant print details.

Air Jordan 3 Flyknit weartesters

The interior of the shoe (behind the tongue and the lining) features soft synthetic leather. Like the Air Jordan 1 Flyknit, the Air Jordan 3 Flyknit gets a thick insole for better step-in comfort. The biggest surprise was the glow-in-the-dark outsoles that make the shoe stand out more than it already does.

The Air Jordan 3 Flyknit ‘Black/Anthracite’ retailed for $200. It is now reselling on StockX for $233-$255 at a 22% price premium.

Do you hope to see more Jordan retro models with updated tech? Did any of you get lucky enough to cop a pair? Share your thoughts down below. In the meantime, enjoy the detailed images.

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Air Jordan 3 Flyknit detailed look stanley t weartesters heel

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Air Jordan 3 Flyknit detailed look stanley t weartesters tongue

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Air Jordan 3 Flyknit detailed look stanley t weartesters glow in the dark outsole

 

Photography by Stanley Tse, exclusively for WearTesters.com. All rights reserved.


3 Comments

  1. I would love to see Air Jordans from 1 to 9 with updated tech…but in the “Protro” way, looking as the OG but with improved cushion, at least with a softer phylon instead of PU for aestethics, performance and durability. I love hooping in retros but my knees and back can’t handle it anymore, also hate seeing AJ 3 to 9 midsole crumbling.

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