Chris Paul’s Jordan CP3.12 gets a detailed look and review.
Today, we take a detailed look at what could be Chris Paul’s last signature sneaker with Jordan Brand.
Sporting forefoot Zoom Air, an aggressive traction pattern and a Flyknit build — the Jordan CP3.12 may be one of the more bang-for-your-buck options this year. Coincidentally, most of the best bang-for-your-buck models have been coming from the Jordan Brand, an aspect I feel may help the brand with sales regarding its performance models.
At $100, the Jordan CP3.12 feels like a quality shoe for the money I spent on them. However, I hope they perform really well on-court.