Chris Paul of the Houston Rockets ushered in his new signature sneakers— JORDAN CP3.XI. The biggest highlight of the new shoes is the huge straps on the shoes, which Paul himself very much likes. Syria less gossip, we take a look at the the details Jordans CP3.XI .
The black shoes box with gold JUMPMAN LOGO,is it simply .
There are the details of the side .
The Jordan CP3.XI Home comes dressed in a clean White, University Red, and Black color scheme. Most of the upper comes dressed in White, while the use of Black and Red can be spotted on areas such as the cross-strap, branding and eyelets. and the most highlight cross-strap,heel and forefoot Zoom Air encased in a soft Phylon midsole.
There are the personal logo. The heel is a nice synthetic leather and adds a little touch of class in the back (it also has the killer CP3 logo). The materials do break in fairly quickly
There are the details of the croo-strap , the cross-strap, branding and eyelets.
for the material , it is used the mesh with leather patchwork , then the cross-strap , it is highlight design for the one.it has been not too stiff, ,and compare with the “Rocket Fuel”,it is different , the Rocket Fuel used the suede material , there are totally different .The tread is multidirectional across the main part of the pattern and broken up at the toe-off area.so the grip is amazing .but the “Rocket Fuel”, it is used the clearly rubber which is wide but the grooves are fairly shallow, so dust collection did become an issue after a few trips down the court.
For the lace system , it a cross-strap with the normal system. it is a little fairly stiff, but sits behind the forefoot flex point so even the stiffness doesn’t hurt while playing. The ankle is lined with a thick padding that isn’t quite memory foam but dense nonetheless.
There are the details as below :
The mesh tongue tries to dissipate heat and moisture but it’s fighting a losing, soggy battle.
For the cushioning : a soft Phylon midsole used which we can feel the soft one ,I feel it like the PG series，the heel is a large hex Zoom bag, and, again, to be honest, you can’t really feel it.if you are heavy player, maybe you can feel it enough . For me , it is just so so , the shoes work in the court just so so , maybe I am not the guider player.
Then the Phylon midsole encases the units, for some people , it is a bad things , the midsole seems softer than previous models and similar to the Kyrie 4.if you are like the Kyrie 4, maybe this is the best option for you .but for the material ,the foam used which does depress and bounce back, so the Zoom units are there for some additional bounce. actually it is almost like the Why Not Zer0.1 ,the midsole is work well.
There are the jumpmen logo as still.
In order to added stability ,the traction used the herringbone forefoot.
Herringbone forefoot is almost the Jordan CP3.XI has been used . The tread is multidirectional across the main part of the pattern and broken up at the toe-off area. And the grip it amazing ,the pattern is wide but the grooves are fairly shallow, but it is different the“Rocket Fuel” version which used the clear rubber pattern ,so dust collection did become an issue after a few trips down the court. This one improved for the pattern .
State Flag Matching Insole with “WELCOME TO HOUSTON” on Left Footprint
The insole about 280 mm long for the size US 9/42.5
Insole forefoot width 94.77 mm for the size us 9
Insole thickness of about 4.45 mm for the size us 9
There are the info of the site: Made in Vietnam, factory code VP
For the weight , it is about 390.3 grams of left shoes ,then it is about387.9 grams of right shoes
Overall ,the great material and cushion, response (TPU plate), and personal flair (bold heel design), all of which interplay with one another to maximize his ability.How do you think about it ?