The Air Jordan 3 Sneaker Is Getting an All-Over Camo Print for the WNBA All-Star Game


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As the WNBA reaches new heights in popularity, Jordan Brand is making a special sneaker for the WNBA All-Star Game in July.

The Air Jordan 3 “WNBA All-Star Game” takes on a desert camo print across the entirety of its upper. Rather than leather, the shoe is constructed out of canvas. A raised Jumpman logo appears raised on the tongue to match a repeat of the mark on the mustache. The insole then features the WNBA logo, while a white midsole sits atop a translucent gum outsole with select zones in the league’s shade of orange. Each pair will also come with a set of extra laces in orange.

Desert Camo nods to the Phoenix, the host city for this year’s WNBA All-Star Game on July 20. Unlike the NBA, there isn’t a robust history of Jordan Brand sneakers made for the WNBA’s annual contest, but it did release an Air Jordan 38 entirely clad in orange for last year’s event, as well as a black and orange Air Jordan 12.

Earlier this year, Jordan Brand also made an emerald green Air Jordan 4 exclusively for its roster of WNBA players, including Rhyne Howard, Dearica Hamby, Satou Sabally, and Jordin Canada.

July will be a big month for the Air Jordan 3, as the model will also release with two colorways for an A Ma Manieré collaboration and a new treatment raising money for Jordan Brand’s Wings network of youth programs.

The Air Jordan 3 “WNBA All-Star Game” will release July 19, the day before the game, through the SNKRS app and select third-party retailers. Pricing is set at $200.

Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game
Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game
Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game
Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game
Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game
Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game
Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game
Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game
Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game
Air Jordan 3 WNBA All-Star Game

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Ian Servantes is a Senior Trending News Editor for Footwear News specializing in sneaker coverage. He’s previously reported on streetwear and sneakers at Input and Highsnobiety after beginning his career on the pop culture beat. He subscribes to the idea that “ball is life” and doesn’t fuss over his kicks getting dirty.



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