Per Soleheatonfeet, the Atlanta-based boutique is working on a limited edition colorway of the Air Jordan 3 expected to release sometime in the early portion of 2021. The account also reports the forthcoming collab will be a women’s exclusive launch. While early images have yet to surface, a mockup provided by zSneakerheadz indicates the shoe will don a white leather upper, grey elephant print overlays, and brown accents on the collar.
As of now, A Ma Maniére and Jordan Brand have yet to confirm that an Air Jordan 3 collab is in the works but stick with us for updates.
A Ma Maniére x Air Jordan 3 Retro “Raised by Women”
Release Date: 06/10/21
Color: White/Medium Grey/Violet Ore/White
Style #: DH3434-110
UPDATE (05/15): After releasing exclusively through A Ma Maniére last month, fans will soon have another chance at securing the “Raised by Women Air Jordan 3 collab. International retailer End. Clothing has confirmed that it will release the pair again on May 22 via a raffle, which is open from now until the launch date. Expect additional Jordan Brand stockists to announce their restock of the popular collab soon.
UPDATE (05/27): Anyone who missed out on copping A Ma Maniére’s Air Jordan 3 collab will soon have another chance. Jordan Brand confirmed its collaborative collection with the sneaker chain is releasing again on June 10 including a restock of the “Raised by Women" Jordan 3 collab via a draw on SNKRS for $200.
“Classic, timeless and luxurious,” A Ma Maniére founder James Whitner said of the collaboration. “It’s the design language for everything we do at A Ma Maniére. The idea is that, when you’re buying things that are expensive and meaningful, you should only be doing it once, right? That way, you’re going to care for it. It’s different because it’s classic; it’s something you keep forever. It hits the timeless point. Then, it’s about having luxurious details to bring out a model like the AJ3. It’s already such an amazing, iconic model. What can you do to a shoe that’s already so incredible? You can only figure out ways to make it more timeless. When you take the [elephant print] off and replace it with suede, it automatically becomes something different, yet it also remains the same.”