Chris Paul signed to Brand Jordan in 2006, launching his first signature model with the label two years later. Although the “Point God” and his decade-old partner have released at least a dozen signature models, they’ve also cooked up several special pairs from the Air Jordan line.
Recently, Paul gifted participants of the CP3 Elite Guard Camp with a never-before-seen style of the Air Jordan 1 Low OG. Clad in “Light Cream/Sail,” the pair is simple in color scheme. Yet, close inspection of the sneaker reveals high-quality suede and ornate leather. Currently, the sneaker is being dubbed the “CP3” retro, but an official collaborative note is yet to be confirmed by the brand. Nevertheless, it’s likely the simple two-tone low-top Air Jordan 1 will draw more fans to the lifestyle model once it drops.
Enjoy an early look at the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike SNKRS app launch on October 24th. The retro will be priced between $120 to $150 USD.
For more from the Jumpman family, check out the upcoming Air Jordan 11 styles.
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