The never-gets-old elephant print has become one of the most iconic patterns in the industry. Tinker Hatfield originated the pattern back in 1988 when he designed the Air Jordan III and ever since then it’s appeared on a number of different J’s and on numerous releases from other footwear manufacturers. It’s even inspired a whole line of clothing from Jordan Brand, being used on shirts, track jackets, hoodies and hats. You can even get find it worked onto a collection of socks as seen here with these Air Jordan Elephant Print Socks.
Available in color schemes to match up perfectly with your Air Jordan 3’s, the socks come in Black/Yellow, Black/Dark Grey, White/University Blue and White/Black and are constructed from a mix of spandex and nylon offering superior stretch for fit and flexibility. To go along with the signature elephant print, and make it well known just who exactly made the print famous, Jordan Brand included a small Jumpman logo on the ankle.
Finish Line has each of the four color options available now for $8 a pop. It may seem like a rather high price for a pair of sock but $8 is really just a drop in the bucket compared to what you’re paying for your Jordans.