The "True Blue" Air Jordan 3's are one of the most coveted colorways of the iconic Jordan Brand silhouette. That particular edition has been released several times since the late '80s and it has had a profound effect on the sneaker community each and every time. Here, we get a look at a pair of unreleased True Blues which feature a change to the Jumpman on the tongue. The highly recognizable logo on this sample is featured in a copper tone, very different from the red Jumpman we're also accustomed to seeing. Many sneakerheads may agree that it would be best to not tamper with such a classic design. But would you cop these if they released knowing the history behind this signature model? Check out the eBay listing as well and let us know what you think.
$5,000 Air Jordan 3 "True Blue" - Copper Jumpman Sample
SneakerWatch Staff Writer