Chris Paul Debuts the Jordan CP3.12

Chris Paul debuts the upcoming Jordan CP3.12 during today’s game against the Boston Celtics.

Chris Paul has been wearing the Jordan CP3.11 for quite a while now and it left many of us wondering if his signature line was going eventually fade away like Carmelo Anthony’s signature series. Luckily for fans of Paul and his sneakers, the Jordan CP3.12 is coming soon.

The shoe itself features a performance knit build like the CP3.10 along with a forefoot Zoom Air unit — similar to what was used in the CP3.11. Images of the traction have yet to be shown but the CP3 models of the past tend to have solid traction for players.

This particular colorway shown is a bit of a nod towards Paul’s team, the Houston Rockets, as well as the Take Flight theme Jordan Brand had introduced with the Air Jordan 33.

The release date and pricing are currently unknown but feel free to speculate as to when we will see the CP3.12 hit retailers and for how much.

Images via @brian_babs_babineau & @jay_tee_23

10 Comments

  1. These remind me of an Anta shoe. For whatever reason the CP3 line has never grabbed my attention. I think the only one I liked (and actually bought) was the CP3 VII. These look unfinished to me but its cool to see them continue the line.

  2. I love cp3, he’s pretty darn great. To be honest though, I’m kinda shocked there still making new models.

  3. I still miss the podulon, really wish they would’ve kept it, but this is a nice step up from previous models, still very minimal, but not as ‘blank’ as some of the last couple of CP3’s.

  4. Once again I’ll say what no one wants to say…those shits are ugly and stupid, it’s like they didn’t even try.

  5. I saw a sneak of the bottoms becuase i was at the game, and i saw something similar to the jordan 20. These are GREAT in person.

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