Verdict from 5 user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • Throwback color: A couple of buyers admire the classic color scheme of the Nike Air Cross Trainer 3 Low.
  • Premium leather: The plush material lasts long, according to some users.
  • Comfortable: Few customers mention that the ankle padding and the Nike Air cushioning add all-day underfoot comfort.
  • Affordable: The Air Cross Trainer 3 Low is set at a reasonable price.
  • Unexpected rerelease: At least one fanatic is ecstatic that this sneaker is available again in the market after waiting for a long time.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Flimsy-looking outsole: One customer is hesitant with the durability of the outsole of the Nike Air Cross Trainer 3 Low.
  • Limited colorway: At least one buyer hopes to see this sneaker in other hues.

Bottom line

The re-release of the Nike Air Cross Trainer Low 3 provides comfort for any occasion. Nike keeps the clean lines of the OG model, and with its early 90s design, this trainer lets you flex your style any way you want on and off the court.

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Relaunch of the Nike Air Cross Trainer 3 Low

Before dad sneakers and athleisure footwear became popular, fitness was such a hit in the 80s that it led to cross-trainers' birth. This event guided the Swoosh brand to unleash products to suit people's needs at that time.

Among these silhouettes is the Nike Air Cross Trainer 3 Low that was introduced in 1990. It takes its aesthetic cues from Bo Jackson's Air Trainer SC High. As it was released again in 2020, it maintained its subtle upper color scheme with accents of popping colors on the tongue and midsole.

The Air Cross Trainer 3 Low in patriotic colorway

Among the many colorways in which the ACT 3 dropped, one of the most remarkable is its patriotic colorway. The "white" and "midnight navy" arrangement is perfect for the postponed Tokyo Olympics. The "university red" flair at the tongue of the shoe completes the patriotic palette.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.