Originally released in 1988, the Air Jordan III is widely recognized for their "elephant print" accents. Furthermore, this iconic model holds many firsts for the Air Jordan line, including the first model with a visible Air-Sole unit, first to showcase the "Jumpman" logo, and first Air Jordan model designed by Tinker Hatfield. Throughout the years they have been re-released several times, in original and all-new colorways. The latest release, appropriately named "Chlorophyll," sports a colorway inspired by the Nike Air Trainer 1 and features a color combination of Light Smoke Grey, Chlorophyll, Black, White and Sail. Plus, they also have elephant print overlays, and come with a Chlorophyll-colored hangtag. Look for the Air Jordan III "Chlorophyll" dropping soon.