September 19, 2013 BY Aaron Hope
Jordan Brand has all the bases covered when it comes to the ultrabrite early 1990s colorway that we’ve come to know as ‘Bel Air’. You can get one of the classic numbered Jays when the Vs hit, go for a hybrid in the Six Rings or Son of Mars Low or reimagine the past in the Flight Club 80s. On the performance side of things, Chris Paul’s CP3.VII is now being joined by a Jordan Prime.Fly that fits in with all the aforementioned styles thanks to its black upper being adorned with neon green, pink and purple accents. They’re available now in Japan and should be hitting US retailers shortly, so stick with Sneaker News for updates after you’ve seen more photos below.
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