Jordan 3 SE Animal Instinct 2.0 Snakeskin Black CV3583-003
Release Date: Sat 30 May 2020 8:00 AM GMT
Style Code: CV3583-003
Getting something exotic is what your target should be this Summer! So, here’s Jordan 3 SE Animal Instinct 2.0 Snakeskin Black completely redecorated and re-energised with the ‘Animal Pack’ 2020 collection. The boldness of this Jumpman boot is out of the world, and at the same time, the lethal appearance is intimidating. You can’t look away from its beastly aesthetics no matter how much you try. Besides, these kicks have keeping us on-toes since this year started! We are not gonna wait for more! As soon as it drops, the sneaker hungry souls will jump into the pit.
Fortunately, the Jordan 3 SE shoes and all the trainers for running (or walking) from the Jumpman barracks are ready to create a mess online. Nobody has to go to the stores physically and risk their health during this pandemic outbreak. Stay home, stay safe, and keep your eyes @FastSoleUK for daily updates. You also have another option apart from this Snakeskin- A boot-runner with Zebra, Tiger, and Leopard prints altogether.
Jordans have come a long way since Tinker Hatfield’s first iteration back in 1988. As a result, this Jordan 3 SE coming with the fearless animalistic hints is much more track-friendly. The leather on the upper body has textures to imitate reptile skin, both on the underlays and overlays. The black leather snakeskin walls show off brown and ash snakeskin. This ophidian masterpiece shows off some striking colour-blocks too. Yellow on the back panel and green collar steal the attention more than others. However, the red and yellow mismatching (optional) laces add more spice to this theme. These accents add a colour-blast effect, and the faux-animal texture looks good with all your outfits, so no need to worry. Finally, white midsole, red Jumpman logo on the tongue, and AIR heel finish off the design.
Jordan 3 SE Animal Instinct 2.0 Snakeskin Black releases on May 30th via listed UK and European retailers.
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