The Jordan MVP 678 Returns In “Black/Royal”

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Hybrid designs from Jordan Brand have historically been outshined by their Air Jordan counterparts, but that hasn’t stopped the eponymous label from producing them.

Over the last few months, Michael Jordan’s team has put together various styes of the Jordan MVP 678, a silhouette that brings together the three signature sneaker in which “His Airness” won his first three NBA titles and NBA Finals MVP awards. Recently, the Air Jordan 6-reminiscent offering emerged in a “Black” and “Royal” color scheme that falls in line with other Air Jordan styles from over the years. The bulk of the upper indulges in a pitch-dark finish that allows for the slightest contrast to revel in the spotlight. Jumpman logos on the ankles deviate in rich blue, just as the graphics borrowed from the Air Jordan 8. The sole unit also partakes in the compelling color palette, with traction zones delivering an icy finish to the hybrid Jordans.

Enjoy official photos of the pair ahead, and anticipate a nike.com launch soon.

In related sneaker news, check out the latest Air Jordan releases.


UPDATE (09/16/2023):
The shoes are now available on Nike.com.

Jordan MVP 678

SKU: DZ4475-041
RELEASE DATE: Sep 16, 2023

US 09/16/2023 Saturday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nikestore US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

Photos via Nike

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