JBF Customs Has Given The Discontinued Air Jordan 3 A “Red Python” Makeover

The Air Jordan 3 has cemented (no pun intended) its place one of the most popular Air Jordan models ever. It was unfortunate for sneaker enthusiasts that Jordan Brand’s way of preserving the silhouette’s heritage was to stop the production of the model. Even though there have been no AJ 3-related Jordan release dates 2015 this year, this has not stopped sneaker customizers like JBF Customs from whipping up their own unique, custom renditions of the silhouette.

air-jordan-3-jbf-customs-Red Python-2When talking about the craftsmanship of Jordan Brand’s signature sneakers, the Air Jordan 3 has always been one of the most advanced ones in terms of design and fit. It was the most unique basketball shoe back when Jordan Brand introduced it for the very first time. In comparison to the two models released before it, the silhouette had been upgraded to quite an extent. The full-grain tumbled leather that its upper was made up of and the elephant print that was featured around its heel and toe cap ended up becoming signature elements of the Air Jordan 3. While JBF customs has customized of Air Jordan 3 pairs in the past, he has added yet another twist to the model.

Once again, JBF Customs has reimagined the classic sneaker model by enhancing and modifying its construction with premium materials. The nearly all-Red sneaker sports an upper that consist of python skin textured material combined with suede, while the tonal Red laces blend in quite well with the rest of the sneaker. To complete the look, JBF Customs has given this pair a Red and White midsole with its heel containing the signature Air bubble component and beneath it rests the outsole, which is covered in Grey.

By now it should be obvious that it would be pointless to expect custom sneakers like this “Red Phython” colorway of the Air Jordan 3 by JBF Customs to arrive at retailers on one of the upcoming Jordan release dates 2015. Moreover, Jordanheads should also not forget that the “discontinued” status still applies to the Air Jordan 3 silhouette.

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