Jordan CP3.VII AE: “Brazil Pack”

June 3, 2014 BY / 0

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The Jordan Brazil Pack is finally headed our way for a release later this month – June 21st to be exact – and while the entire purchase will cost you $500, with the new look at the Jordan CP3.VII AE, it may just be worth it. A sneaker we haven’t seen in quite some time, the Jordan CP3.VII AE is an interesting addition to the Brazil Pack as people will obviously flock to it because of the Air Jordan 6, but the inclusion of the Chris Paul playoff model is more than a surprise. THe sneaker features a bevy of noteabe firsts, whether it be the elephant print appearing in a vibrant green or the exposed dynamic flywire taking a backseat in a simple matching black so you can instead focus on the Brazil inspired colorway. What do you think of this sneaker? Hit the click for more information and head over to our Release Dates page for more info.

Source: gc911

Air Jordan Brazil Pack
Color: Multi-Color/Multi-Color
Style Code: 688447-920
Release Date: 06/21/14
Price: $500

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