November 17, 2016 BY Yale Schalk / 0
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Unreleased sneakers are usually colorways that just didn’t make the cut. Mark Smith proves that group includes funky prototypes with this quick look at an Air Jordan 3 from 2003. Smith, Jordan Brand’s resident lasering storyteller, captioned that the brown and black size 9 shoe was created as a birthday gift. In addition to the intricate lasering throughout the upper, including pebbled basketball style leather, the recipient also received perhaps the first Air Jordan 3 Low ever created, with the collar height cut way down from the 3’s original mid-top. Would you rock this version if they ever released? Let us know your thoughts on this unorthodox Air Jordan 3 below.
S/O to my brother @balintwn01 ,he came across these and we were able to add them to our collection, Jordan III Low Top Laser Prototype and Big thanks to the folks at @indexportland for coming through and making this deal happen…… #ballintwn VIDEO AND EDITING BY @steve_ramz and @sixty.grand And a big thanks to @hedcheq for the quick history on them during my last trip to #PDX #ENJOY
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