Air Jordan 3 GS “Rio Teal”Black/Metallic Gold-Rio Teal-White is

  • Nike Air Jordan Sneakers,Back in 2008, Nike had debuted a brand new Dunk High, and the Air Max line was further extended with the addition that was dubbed “Pernambuco.” Brazilians would have certainly felt delighted by the accents that had made an appearance over that colorway since the sneaker was dressed up in the country’s national colors, namely blue, green and yellow. This time around, the latest Air Jordan 3 GS-exclusive release appears to be Brazil-inspired too and it has been aptly dubbed “Rio Teal.”air-jordan-3-gs-rio-teal-2The Brazil 2008 from Nike’s Dunk High series featured a colorway that was fabricated using a mix of patent leather and leather that surrounded the toe boxes, which had perforations incorporated in them. These perforations provided plenty of ventilation for the user’s feet when there was a need for a long haul of exercise or running.
    Nike Air Jordan Shoes,Fans of Nike’s footwear that had an affection for the State of Brazil and its populace, not to mention Brazilians themselves, had been delighted to get one of these in their collection of sneakers. Not only did this release boast the national colors, but also served the practical purpose for which the shoe was intended. So, they made sure they did not miss out this one, especially those who were ad admirer of the famous Soccer team. It would be needless to say the same for those are Brazilians and reading this, just another way of showing their love for the country.air-jordan-3-gs-rio-teal-3The Air Jordan 3 “Wool” recently made its retail debut on December 17th and sneakerheads should still be able to cop a pair at a price of $200. Before 2016, it seems that Jordan Brand will drop another Air Jordan 3 release, but as mentioned, this one will be GS-sized. This colorway appears to be relatively understated, with its leather uppers dressed up in a combination of Black and Teal, while the silhouette’s signature elephant print appears over the heels and toe caps. This is actually one of Jordan Brand’s Christmas Eve Air Jordan releases for 2016, which small-footed sneakerheads may end up with a pair under their tree on December 24th.