Jordan CP3.VII AE: “Vibrant Yellow”

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All of this Carmelo Anthony free agency talk and yet, Chris Paul is somewhere in LA working on how he can get the Clippers to a place they’ve never been before: the Western Conference Finals (and beyond that hoisting the Larry O’Brien trophy). CP3 will be doing so in what looks to be his 8th signature sneaker, but while we await a preview, his Jordan CP3.VII AE continues to impress in a few new colorways. The latest features a metallic dark grey base with a digital camo print on the underlay while the exposed Dynamic Flywire gets hit in vibrant yellow to match the lining and outsole in a “Thunder” like look. What do you think of the latest Chris Paul sneaker to release? Stick around with us after the click and stay tuned for a release date in the near future.

Source: Hoop City

Jordan CP3.VII AE
Color:
 Dark Grey/White-Black-Vibrant Yellow
Style Code: 644805-070

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