The Air Jordan 3 ‘Green Glow’ is an attention- grabbing blend of Jordan Brand nostalgia and stylish innovation that keeps sneaker lovers returning to the legendary Air Jordan line. 


Origins and Inspiration

The Air Jordan 3 silhouette is easily recognizable by both Jordan fans and casual sneaker lovers. It’s the shoe that introduced the iconic Jumpman logo, forever etching Michael Jordan’s legacy into sneaker history. Now, the ‘Green Glow’ edition pays homage to the past while giving a peak into a potential  future.

Color Palette

Bringing back an iconic shade from 2013, the ‘Green Glow’ features vibrant aquamarine accents against a Black and Wolf Grey upper. The green highlights both the upper and lower eyelets adding a nice touch of contrast. As a whole, the color way, gives off a youthful feel and should resonate with all generations of sneaker enthusiasts.

Materials and Craftsmanship

This 2024 Air Jordan 3 Green Glow is wrapped in a black leather upper and adorned with iconic elephant print overlays on the eyestay, toe cap, and heel.  The raised Jumpman logo on the back tab is also present and set in thick embroidered thread on the tongue and molded to the back both illuminated in “green glow”.

Release Details

Release Date: March 16, 2024

Price: $200 USD

Sizes Available: Full family sizes (men’s, grade school, preschool, and toddler)

Where to Buy

You can snag your pair from various retailers, including Nike SNKRS, Foot Locker, Finish Line, JD Sports, and more. Mark your calendars and get ready to elevate your sneaker game.

Keeping your sneakers clean is a choice for every sneakerhead. That said, to keep  this pair of Air Jordan 3 “Green Glow” sneakers looking fresh and clean – the following steps are suggested:

Materials Needed:

  • Sole Protector Plus+
  • Soft-bristle brush or old toothbrush
  • Mild soap or sneaker cleaner
  • Clean cloth or microfiber towel
  • Warm water
  • Shoelaces (optional, for thorough cleaning)

Basic Cleaning Steps:

  1. Remove the Shoelaces: Start by taking off the shoelaces. You can either clean them separately or replace them with new ones.
  2. Brush Off Loose Dirt and Debris: Use a soft-bristle brush or an old toothbrush to gently remove any loose dirt, dust, or debris from the surface of the sneakers. Pay attention to the seams, crevices, and textured areas.
  3. Wipe Down the Soles: Dampen a clean cloth or microfiber towel with warm water. Wipe down the upper and midsoles to remove superficial marks or stains. For midsoles, consider using magic eraser cleaning pads for a brighter clean.

Deep Cleaning Steps:

  1. Prepare a Cleaning Solution: Mix warm water with a small amount of mild soap or sneaker cleaner. Avoid using harsh chemicals or bleach, as they can damage the material.
  2. Spot Clean Stains: Dip the clean cloth into the soapy water and gently scrub any visible stains or marks on the sneakers. Be gentle to avoid damaging the leather or suede.
  3. Wipe Down the Entire Shoe: Use the damp cloth to wipe down the entire shoe, including the midsole and outsole. Pay extra attention to areas with dirt buildup. Rinse the cloth frequently to avoid spreading dirt around.
  4. Rinse with Clean Water: After cleaning, rinse the sneakers with clean water to remove any soap residue. You can use a separate damp cloth or run them under a gentle stream of water.
  5. Dry Thoroughly: Pat the sneakers dry with a clean, dry cloth. Avoid using direct heat sources like hairdryers, as they can warp the materials. Let them air dry naturally.
  6. Clean the Insoles and Sock Liners: Remove the insoles and sock liners (if possible) and clean them separately. You can hand wash them with mild soap and water.
  7. Re-lace the Sneakers: Once everything is dry, re-lace your sneakers with clean shoelaces.

Protect and Store:

To maintain their vibrant “Green Glow,” consider using Sole Protector Plus+ and sneaker protector spray to guard against future stains. Store your Air Jordan 3s in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

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