First Look at the Jordan Super.Fly MVP, Jordan’s Newest Hoop Model

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One on One Testers gives the net a First Look at the Jordan Super.Fly MVP, Jordan’s newest hoop model. Tune in for more details now.

Right out of the blue, Jordan Brand has given us one crazy, and different looking hoop model. One on One Testers is giving you a First Look at the new Jordan Super.Fly MVP leaked images. The Jordan Super.Fly MVP is looking to be introduced as the brand’s marquee basketball shoe, featuring Nike’s REACT foam, which has been seen as a huge letdown in their basketball line thus far.

One on One Testers brings you a first look at the Jordan Super.Fly MVP, Jordan Brand’s newest basketball silhouette. The Super.Fly MVP features Nike REACT cushioning, which is said to bring you ultimate energy return. From One on One Testers’ exclusive  inside sources, the overall design of the sneaker is said to be inspired by Michael Jordan’s five MVP winning sneakers. Therefore, the Super.Fly MVP is taking design cues from previous Jordan signature models. It’s going to be way too hard to speculate which signature models these sneakers take signature models from, but what we do know is MJ won MVP five times, in 1987-88, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1995-96, & 1997-98.

As per some more performance features One on One Testers has been given information on, the Super.Fly MVP, they look to feature a ‘high-performance upper’, being some synthetics and textiles, features 360 degree comfort, 1/2 length bootie construction, and an outsole inspired by foot mapping. Tech specs aside, these look like they could be a solid performer. We’re just hoping the Nike REACT foam is up to par this time, unlike the Hyperdunk 2017, and Jordan Super.Fly 2017. What is supposed to be a sneaker for a five time MVP, we’re getting some synthetics along the upper, but is supposedly a ‘high performance upper’.

Jordan Brand can say whatever they want about these shoes, it’s still not going to change our opinion on these. We’ll just have to see these in person to really see our likes/dislikes about the sneakers. Hopefully Jordan Brand was able to give us a good version of REACT foam this time around, potentially making these sneakers one hell of a performer! There is currently no information on pricing or a possible release, but make sure to stay tuned to One on One Testers for exclusive first looks, sneaker news, performance reviews, and more.

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