Jordan Brand has paid homage to Michael Jordan’s 6 NBA Finals MVPs with the Jordan Super.Fly MVP.
Over the years, Jordan Brand has had numerous sneakers that performed exceptionally well for its athletes. Case in point, the Why Not Zer0.1 for former MVP Russell Westbrook and now, the Super.Fly MVP for Blake Griffin.
Although nothing has been confirmed about tech specs as of yet, it appears that the three colorways pictured below feature a jacquard build with a rubber heel counter that extends to the midsole tooling. Additionally, the traction pattern looks to be a modified version of what we saw on the Super.Fly 2017 so we’re hopeful that it performs up to that standard.
Lastly, there is no mention of what cushion is used this time around, so don’t be surprised if Jordan Brand sticks with React. However, considering how some people felt the React in the Super.Fly 2017 was too firm — and the Hyperdunk X’s move back to Zoom Air — it wouldn’t be a shock to see the brand tweak it a bit.
Personal touches showcasing MJ’s NBA Finals MVP wins appear on the outsole within each pod — the 91, 92, and 93 at the forefoot celebrate the first three-peat while the 96, 97, and 98 appear at the midfoot through the heel.
If you were interested in how the Jordan Super.Fly 2017 performed on-court, check out Nightwing2303’s Jordan Super.Fly 2017 Performance Review and Stanley T’s Jordan Super.Fly 2017 Performance Review.
There is no official word yet on when the Jordan Super.Fly MVP is set to release or what its retail price will be, but it can be speculated that it will be around $140, the same price as the last iteration of the Super.Fly, and might release before the start of the 2018 NBA season. As always, keep it locked to WearTesters.com for any upcoming news and updates on the Jordan Super.Fly MVP.
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