Wednesday night in New York City, Jordan Brand and Chris Paul introduced the Jordan CP3.VIII—the eighth signature sneaker Jordan has produced for CP3. Inspired by the “Speed of Flight,” the Jordan CP3.VIII is sleek and minimalist, blending maximum responsiveness with quicks. It’s silhouette sits lower than last year’s CP3 model, while an innersleeve makes for a smooth, cushy ride.
CP3’s signature kicks always have personalized touches, and that’s no different with the CP3.VIII. There’s detailing on the tongue (a family tree), and a chevron design on the sole, paying tribute to Paul’s grandfather.
The Jordan CP3.VIII is launching with a $130 retail price on November 1 in two colorways: Black/infrared 23/white and cool grey/white/black.
We’ll have much more from the official launch event of the CP3.VIII coming soon, but for now scroll through the photos above to get a first look at the newest Jordan signature sneaker.
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