Jordan Brand’s Air Jordan 3 will be featured in a totally new colorway in 2022 which will debut a “Desert Cement” offering.

While the Air Jordan 3 has been around for quite some time, the design team has been putting in work on the silhouette for new and refreshing colorways for fans to enjoy which this design is a perfect example of. Picking up on the beloved and popular “Cement” makeover, the AJ3 will debut a new black leather base with “Desert Cement” overlays. while no leaked images have surfaced you can expect a black design detailing by Desert tan and red branding. For the bottoms, a white rubber midsole and tan outsole will likely be placed at the bottoms.


The Air Jordan 3 “Desert Cement” will be dropping Summer of 2022 via select Air Jordan retailers and for a retail price of only $190. Check out the early mock-up of the pair below and make sure to follow JustFreshKicks for updates on first look images and more of the latest sneaker news. Shop this colorway at aftermarket stores such as GOAT and Flight Club.

Air Jordan 3 “Desert Cement”
Color: Black/Rush Orange-Fossil Stone-Sail
Style Code: CT8532-008
Release Date: July 1, 2022
Retail Price: $200

UPDATE 5/2: The Desert Elephant Jordan 3s are now set to launch July 1st, moved back from the original date of June 25th. Stay tuned for further updates and while we wait check out new photos below via Chris Colgan.

UPDATE 4/6: More images are here with an expected landing date of June 25th, 2022. Stay tuned for more updates.


UPDATE 2/21: We now have a first look at the 2022 Desert Elephant Jordan 3s coming with special packaging and a “Natural” elephant print finish. Check out the early photos below via fxxkvlogvi and stay tuned for more.

UPDATE 2/1: The Air Jordan 3 “Desert Camo” has now been pushed back to June 2022. Stay tuned for updates.

UPDATE 10/09: ZsneakerHeadz has updated us on the expected mock-up of the Air Jordan 3 “Desert Camo”. Enjoy below.

Mock-Up: ZsneakerHeadZ

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