Jordan CP3.V ‘Jekyll and Hyde’
Chris Paul may be a nice guy off the court, but once he’s in game mode, it’s all business, and the upcoming CP3.V ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ Pack tells the story of the two sides to the superstar point guard’s personality. With CP now out in Lob City, will the galvanized team and his new surroundings help push the popularity his footwear line to new levels? We’ll have to see how that goes as the season pans out, but until then it looks like that’s Jordan Brand‘s goal with loud colorways of the Jordan CP3.V like the ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ pairs previewed here. Are they taking cues from the wild step up in consumer support for the Nike Zoom KD IV, opting for more high energy looks to build a buzz? And if so, can you get behind these bold combos for Chris Paul’s newest signature shoe? Both the grey (Jekyll) and orange (Hyde) colorways will drop together in a two-pack in the coming months, so follow us after the jump for the full look and drop your two cents in the comments below.
It would be cool if it was just the gray shoe and the harder you played, it would change colors. Your move Tinker.
123 your an idiot. Just bc it has bright colors doesn't mean they are trying be like another product.
would you put your shoe in the freezer??? that would be going too far lol. Plus that tech would of probably been expensive.
another failed attempt JB what they should have done is used tempeture color tech from the 90s where the shoe looks one way and then you put it in the freezer n the temperature lowers the colors change that would be dope its tech that already exist and use to be very popular in the 90s