Jordans 2017 originally debuted a "Triple Black" Air Jordan 3 that received the popular "Black Cat" nickname back in 2007. The shoe was designed with a full Stealthy look that even includes matching Black elephant print overlays and laces. The theme was so popular that Jordan Brand used it on the Air Jordan 4, which was also given the name "Black Cat" due to its all-Black look. You can add the Air Jordan 3 "Black Cat" to Jordan Brands "Black Cat" collection with the Air Jordan 6, Air Jordan 13, Air Jordan XXX and Air Jordan XXX1 and will debut this Holiday Season. the sneaker will reportedly flaunt a stealthy all-black finish throughout its entire build, while the model's signature elephant print motif is prominent on the heel and toe cap. Finally, a matching sole unit caps off the sleek profile altogether. New Jordans 2016, Following the release of the Air Jordan 13, New Air Jordan "Black Cat" theme will continue this Holiday 2017, as the Air Jordan 3 Black Cat is also scheduled to make a return this year after a ten year hiatus. Since Fall is literally right around the corner, we decided to take a look back to two classic Black Cat Air Jordan releases that's perfect for the third season of the year. The all black 3s made their debut in 2007 and word on the street is Jordan Brand will be celebrating the shoes 10th anniversary with a release this December as part of Jordan Brand's annual Holiday Collection. Cheap Jordans 2017, Air Jordan 4 Retro "Black Cat" feature an air bubble at the heel, plastic mesh on the bottom of the tongue and loved from the classic release lacing holes. While it's covered almost entirely in black, it does not look simple. They were originally sold with the poster, portraying Michael Jordans famous "The shot" - shot over Cavalier's Craig Ehlo, which came into history as one of his greatest shots. Original Air Jordan IV was designed by Tinker Hatfield and released in 1989. It has visible Max Air unit, plastic wings and lightweight netting. Michael was wearing Air Jordan IV when he made "The Shot" in fifth game of the 1989 NBA First Round Chicago Bulls versus Cleveland Cavaliers.