Foot Locker Recently Restocked Three Air Jordan Releases That Retailed Earlier In 2018


Back in mid-June, Foot Locker unveiled their brand new, two-storey store in Liverpool ONE. It is currently the largest store that Foot Locker has in Europe. In addition to offering a variety of sportswear and streetwear from global brands, it will also serve as a space for in-store live events, panels, pop-ups and presentations.

Apart from all the Air Jordan releases 2018 that have been arriving, a number of highly-awaited restocks have also taken place as of lately. Of course, when it comes to restocking retro Air Jordan releases that have already hit the shelves, Foot Locker is often at the forefront, which is the case with this latest restock.

The Restock

It was Twitter user KicksFinder who revealed that this latest restock was taking place, which revolves around three particular, recent Air Jordan releases 2018.

Air Jordan 3Black Cement” – Jordan Brand originally released the Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” back in 1988. However, it made a comeback in retro form a number of times in the past, back in 1994, in 2001, in 2008, and in 2011. For the model’s 30th Anniversary, Jordan Brand brought it back once again with “Nike Air” branding on February 17th, 2018 and it retailed for $200.

Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” – The Air Jordan 3 “Hall Of Fame,” more commonly known as “Katrina,” it was originally auctioned off back in 2006 in order to generate funds for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Hence, the Air Jordan 3 “Katrina” actually made its official retail debut this year on May 12th, 2018 at a price of $190.

Air Jordan 12Michigan” – Jordan Brand is currently the sponsor of the University of Michigan Wolverines basketball and football teams. Dressed up in their official color scheme and featuring an “M” on the left tongue, and initially believed to be a PE, this Air Jordan 12 “Michigan” ended up hitting the shelves on June 23rd, 2018 and retailed for $225.


This restock at Foot Locker took place a couple of days ago so it is certain how long the supplies of each of the above Air Jordan sneakers are going to last. If you are interested a pair or more of any of the above, you should probably hurry over to Foot Locker.

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