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Jordan CP3.VIII – Available Now

Jordan CP3.VIII - Available Now

The Jordan CP3.VIII in the ‘Bred’ and ‘Cool Grey’ colorways are available now to purchase at the retailers listed below for $130. Expect the performance review of the sneaker to come soon on WearTesters.com. Until then, check out the detailed look of the CP3.VIII at this article for tech specs and general information on the shoe.

Let us know which colorway you prefer out of the two in the comments below. Also, let us know what other colorways you’re looking forward to. Click on any of these retailers to purchase the Jordan CP3.VIII (kid’s sizes are also available at all of these sites):

Black/ Red:

Nike Store  –  Finish Line  –  Foot Locker  –  Eastbay  –  Champs Sports

Cool Grey/ Black:

Nike Store  –  Finish Line  –  Foot Locker  –  Eastbay  –  Champs Sports

Jordan Brand Officially Introduces The Jordan CP3.VIII 1 Jordan CP3.VIII 'Wolf Grey'

  1. i still dont get it how they made the shoe. the tpu cage is the one from the back to the midpart of the shoe right? then it fades to rubber to the front? i cant find where it splits from the plastic to rubber. or is the whole midsole covered in plastic? like a side skirt on a car?

    1. It’s like some Houdini stuff, lol.

      I haven’t held it in hand but from what I can tell it does split right before the gradient shift. They made sure the lines matched up to make it look like one piece though.

      1. or a lot of airbrushing is going on? even in the sample pics, or the ones displayed in a rack, it like they are doing some camera trick.

    2. Look directly above Chris Paul’s index finger and you can see the split where the gradient transition begins.

      1. i actually held them just yesterday. the whole lateral side has a hard plastic. like a resin, maybe see through. the gradient is at the back of that plastic. so the shiny side is the tpu chassis. there is really no split between the plastic and rubber. it’s whole plastic then rubber at the back.

  2. Been playing in my cp3 vii ae last couple of days leading up to this release, can’t wait to pick up my pair. I really enjoy the cp line, always consist in its products

  3. I love the cool greys just ordered a pair of eastbay for $90 definitly a good pick up for a complementary pair of ball shoes

    Long Live A$AP

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