The Air Jordan 3 SE is scheduled to release in the Unite colorway, in true remastered form, during 2020’s NBA All Star Weekend.
Sporting a new Red Cement look, the new take on the popular AJ 3 brings new excitement to the model with its brand-new [original] look. The tongue and toe have been revamped while the collar, lining and interior padding have been tweaked to give the Retro a more OG look. Not since 1988 have we seen the Air Jordan 3 look quite like this — despite the bold new colorway.
Material are nearly the same that were used on the 2018 Air Jordan 3 Black/Cement. Nothing crazy, but nothing horrible. Craftsmanship will vary from pair to pair — per usual — so try to check your pairs prior to leaving the store upon release.
We hope you enjoy our Air Jordan 3 SE Unite detailed look and review. You’ll be able to purchase your pair on Nike.com once they release on February 15, 2020 for $200.