After looking at the Air Jordan 1 “Brooklyn,” it should be somewhat obvious that the 2015 All-Star collection from Jordan Brand will include some elegant-themed sneakers. This year’s All-Star Game is taking place in Brooklyn, and 23 is Back readers have probably figured out that the inspiration behind all these sneaker colorways is coming from the various NBA franchises. However, the Air Jordan CP3.VIII All-Star is apparently inspired by NBA’s annual exhibition game itself, and will likely be hitting the shelves on one of the 2015 Jordan release dates.
This year’s All-Star collection will also comprise of the Air Jordan Melo M11 and the Air Jordan Super.Fly 3. Like all the other new jordans that will be a part of this collection, this Air Jordan CP3.VIII colorway takes up sheer simplicity instead of fancy nonessential additional enhancements or features. Apparently, Jordan Brand is going to gift this lustrous white sneaker to Chris Paul if he is selected as a part of the 2015 All-Star team. When it comes to the Point guard position, the Western Conference has a history of selecting him for the All-Star roster, so he will likely end up wearing this pair.
The pearl-like appearance of this Air Jordan CP3.VIII colorway is perhaps the most subtle theme that has been featured by an All-Star Game Air Jordan sneaker. However, considering that the NBA All-Star 2015 is taking place in Brooklyn, New York City, perhaps this colorway is a tribute to Earl “The Pearl” Monroe, legendary guard who played for the New York Knicks for the second half of this career.
The reason this All-Star-themed sneaker has such a lustrous appearance is because its upper is dressed up in white, topped with clear paneling and silver accents. Hence, despite the simplicity of the color scheme, the design of this sneaker seems to be quite complex. For 23 is Back readers who are avid basketball enthusiasts, this Air Jordan CP3.VIII pair will double their anticipation for the 2015 All-Star game. February 7th, 2015 is one of the Jordan release dates 2015 that is rumored to mark the retail debut of these kicks.