Blake Griffin’s signature Super.Fly line contains some of Jordan Brand’s finest on-court performance sneakers. It was back in 2012 when Jordan Brand introduced the Super.Fly, which featured Hyperfuse uppers with distinct, elongated perforations cut out into them, making the single mesh layer of the uppers more breathable, flexible and lightweight. As for cushioning, each forefoot came equipped with Lunarlon and the heels with Zoom Air. Ever since its debut, Jordan Brand has introduced four other Super.Fly models, each more technologically-advanced that its predecessor. Recently though, Jordan Brand unveiled the recent addition to Blake Griffin’s signature line, the Super.Fly MVP, which has officially joined this month’s Air Jordan releases 2018.
Blake Griffin’s Jordan Super.Fly Line
Like its predecessor, the Super.Fly 2 also had Hyperfuse uppers, combined with an adaptive lacing system and an internal sleeve, while each of its Phylon midsole contained a Zoom Air unit. Flight Plate technology was also incorporated into its soles. The Super.Fly 3 was pretty much the same, apart from the fact that it was equipped with a Flight Web system and its outsole traction pattern was inspired by that of the Air Jordan 29. Once again, the Super.Fly 4 was not too different, other featuring a herringbone traction pattern. The most versatile of them all, the Super.Fly 5 had the most lightweight uppers, along with an inner sleeve.
The Jordan Super.Fly MVP
The Jordan Super.Fly MVP, Blake Griffin’s latest signature sneaker model, was unveiled earlier this month. It has been nicknamed MVP because it borrows elements from the Air Jordan 3, 5, 6, 11 and 13, which were the Air Jordan models that Michael Jordan rocked during each of his five MVP season. Apart from its resemblance to classic Air Jordan models, the Super.Fly MVP comes equipped with Nike’s revolutionary React foam cushioning technology. Surprisingly, the Super.Fly MVP has not hit the shelves in any of the colorways seen earlier. Instead, this seemingly premium iterations is almost entirely covered in the Grey-colored elephant print with some Black-colored detailing.
As for the colorways you saw earlier this month, you can expect them to eventually join the Air Jordan releases 2018 in the coming months. This elephant print-covered “Cement Grey/White/University Red/Black” iteration of the Jordan Super.Fly MVP has already made its retail debut and is currently available at a price of $140.
Jordan Super.Fly MVP