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Air Jordan 3 UNC: When and where you can buy

Posted: 3 March 2020 9:15 am
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The highly anticipated sneaker is days away from dropping.

We've been waiting for the Air Jordan 3 "UNC" to drop for quite some time and thankfully, the day is almost here.

The sneaker is a reflection of the University of North Carolina, which just so happens to be Michael Jordan's alma mater (in other words, the school he attended).

Keen to get your hands on them? Keep on scrolling for all the release details!

Release date: 7 March. Keep in mind that is a US release date, so it could take a few weeks for these kicks to hit Aussie stores.

Price: US$190

Where to shop: The most obvious place to shop is Nike online.

We can't confirm which Aussie stockists will also be carrying the shoe. We recommend keeping an eye on stores like JD Sports, HYPE DC and Culture Kings.

Desperate to get your hands on them? You can try re-sell sites like eBay and StockX, but they won't be cheap.

We are loving the design of these shoes. For the most part, the colour palette is clean, dressed in a true white.

To make it a little different to your standard white shoe, Nike has gone for light blue accents on the tongue logo, heel moulds and heightened lace loops. There's also a surprising touch of grey elephant print on the toe and heel overlays.

The words "Heart" and "Soul" are displayed behind the right and left tongues.

For more, you can check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, the best deals and a comprehensive list of release dates.

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Keen to check out the latest sneaker drops? At the moment, we are absolutely obsessing over the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG "Pine Green" kicks and the Off-White x Air Jordan 4 sneakers.


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