During the NBA Playoffs, viewers get to witness exceptional competitiveness on the court, but many of them also keep an eye on what new PE kicks the participating athletes are rocking. As of lately, just about every footwear brand introduces exclusive basketball sneakers for the participating athletes that are associated with them. Of course, many of the players taking part in the Playoffs happen to be Jordan Brand athletes and Michael Jordan is a majority owner of the Charlotte Hornets who are also participating. No wonder, the Jumpman whipped up PE Playoff Jordan releases 2016 of the Air Jordan 30, CP3.9 and the Ultra.Fly.
On April 19th, right before the Los Angeles Clippers secured a spot in the postseason, a photo leaked of the CP3.9 PE that Jordan Brand designed for Chris Paul to wear during the 2016 Playoffs. Back in March, there was another different CP3.9 that was being referred as Chris Paul’s 2016 Playoffs sneakers and perhaps that particular one might actually arrive at retailers in the near future. As for this particular CP3.9, it can be seen that it is dressed up in combination of blue, red and white, which makes it obvious that it has borrowed the Clippers’ signature hues.
Ever since its debut, the Air Jordan 30 has somewhat become the unofficial signature sneaker model of Russell Westbrook. Jordan Brand made this fact even more obvious when they whipped up not one but two Air Jordan 30 PE colorways that Russell will be sporting during the 2016 Playoffs. The predominantly photo blue iteration is actually dressed up in the “Away” colors of the Oklahoma City Thunder. The other rendition is subtler, with all-white uppers that are topped with silver accents, while the insoles also feature the word “Dangeruss,” which perfectly describes Russell.
It should be obvious that the public will not be able to get their hands on any of these sneakers. However, Jordanheads may at least hope that Jordan Brand decides to drop at least one or two out of this bunch of PE kicks.