A Look at the Initial Sketches of the Jordan CP3.X

Nike released some of the initial sketches and render of the Jordan CP3.X.

Featuring a unique, moulded support wing, this latest CP3 iteration is a little different then what we’ve come to expect from Chris Paul’s signature line –

“There comes a point when you’re like, alright, let’s flip the switch and do something different. And 10 seemed like the perfect time to do that with it being a milestone occasion,” explains Justin Taylor (J.T.), lead designer on the Jordan CP3.X. “CP wanted to be different. We wanted to be different. We all wanted to breathe new life into this model.”

The shoe’s feature a “new dual pulley system, which integrates Dynamic Flywire technology, locks down the top of the foot and engages the Flywire to secure both sides at the same time. A signature support wing provides support on the outside of the foot and in the heel for quick response.” (Nike.com)

You can see some of the CP3.X sketches and renders, below.
 

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Mr. Bailey

Product Designer + Footwear Architect | Founder of @ConceptKicks | www.MrBailey.co.uk

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