This Air Jordan 3 "Free Throw Line" reproduces the classic White Cement white cement dress, the good leather upper texture, and the classic crackle decoration make people deeply attracted by it! Michael Jordan wore this white cement colorway in the 1988 dunk contest, so this new style presents a red road on the left sole, expressing the meaning of the free throw line take-off, and paying tribute to the classic scene of the flying man leaping in the air.
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