No matter how many times the Black/Cement Air Jordan 3 releases, it’s always going to be a major event. It’s latest return for 2018 was bigger than ever, because the OG
“Nike Air” branding is finally back on the heel, missing for the last two retro releases in 2008 and 2011. Even if it was still a Jumpman on the heels, the long absence of the
Jordan 3 Black/Cement has left many Jordan collectors fiending for a fresh pair, so demand was higher than ever when these dropped on MJ’s birthday.