This is the Air Jordan III (3) "Black Flip" in grade school (GS) size. In 2007 Jordan Brand retroed the AJ III (3) with a new twist that flipped the elephant print to become the main pattern on the shoes' upper.
Air Jordan XXII (2007 Original retail: $175) Edwards looked to another mean machine as the inspiration for his next shoe—the Jordan XXII's 3M gunmetal camo hits and sharp lines are based on a F-22 Raptor fighter jet. Same goes for the zigzag stitching on the upper, said to mirror the F-22's ability to disrupt enemy radar. Speaking of heavy metal, the XXII introduced a titanium shank plate into the mix, and coordinating titanium lace locks and loops.
In 2007 Air Jordan introduction a new Air Jordan I (1) Retro themed behind Michael Jordans days in North Carolina. This special shoe was limited and was sold in boutique sneaker stores nation wide. This particular model sports a picture of Michael Jordan in his North Carolina uniform. This is a must have for anyone looking for a cool pair of Jordans for cheap! This is an authentic pair and will not be found anywhere but Osneaker.com.
"Illustrations by Alexis Marcou. Alexis Marcou (previously) is a visual artist from NYC who has been doing freelance work since 2007 for a wide range of clients such as Cisco, Atomic Skis, BMW, Acco Brands, Hewlett Packard, Gatorade, ESPN, Air Jordan and Nike. His style is known for the use of intricate shading and geometric lines using mainly graphite."