As initially depicted in the model’s official unveiling this July, the Jordan CP3.VII will join the Air Jordan V, Six Rings and Son of Mars Lows in taking its multicolor vibes from the early ’90s. Chris Paul’s seventh Jordan Brand signature shoe has been heavy on high energy looks early in its product cycle; might this design that’s actually mostly black and white be tops among them all? Let us know after you’ve seen more from the ‘Bel Air’ CP3.VIIs below and stick with Sneaker News for release info.
I saw these being worn by a Nike employee last night, I gotta say they looked sick. I had zero plans on picking them up, not a big fan of CP or his shoes, but these I think have swayed me. They looked ultra comfortable and the CW was hot. I don't normally spend my cash on non retro Jordan's because I am trying to collect certain models, but I might have to now.