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Friday, September 7th, 2012 at 3:19 pm  |  4 responses

Jordan Officially Introduces CP3.VI (KICKS)

And the Melo M8 Advance, in Olympic colorways.

Images via Nike

If you’ve been keeping up with SLAMonline, you already know plenty about the Jordan CP3.VI (word to KICKS 15), but today, Jordan brings us official imagery and info for Chris Paul’s sixth signature sneaker. Worn by Paul for the first time during the London Olympics, the CP3.VI features the most cutting edge materials for maximum breathability and minimum weight. Per Jordan, “Strategically placed flex grooves on the outsole enhance flexibility for a more natural motion when making hard cuts, while Podulon technology in the forefoot provides responsive cushioning during spin moves and sprints down the court. The JORDAN CP3.VI is the sixth shoe in the CP3 franchise and his lightest basketball shoe to date.  As Chris Paul’s game evolves, the JORDAN CP3.VI is the latest weapon in his arsenal.”

The CP3.VI is hitting retail shelves on Saturday, September 8 for $125. Also pictured above is the Jordan Melo M8 Advance, which will be available in retail stores on Saturday, September 8 for $140.

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  • jc3

    looks like a different style of the fly wire tech. that nike has been using the last few years. but its not bad.

  • omphalos

    Looks like the Melo Advance is keeping the heel Max/forefoot Zoom setup. Easily the best cushioning setup in my opinion, it’s a shame not many shoes use it (just the Lebron 9 PS and the Melos these days).

  • Da Real

    these are decent, and CP3 is really popular, but they never sell well. all the shoe execs say big men cant sell shoes, but it seems like guards cant either. Wade left for Li-Ning, not good news for Jumpman

  • Mendel

    UGLY

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