When you think of the two words, Jordan MVP, you probably think about all of the NBA MVPs Michael Jordan has. Additionally, you likely think about how he has won six NBA Finals MVPs. Overall, this is an incredible accomplishment that he will always be able to cherish. If you know anything about sneakers, you understand that Jumpman has always tried to honor these accomplishments. After all, Jordan Brand would not exist if it weren't for MJ's greatness. These accolades are worth the celebration, and they always make for some incredible sneaker concepts.
Over the years, Jumpman has created a plethora of hybrid silhouettes. These silhouettes typically take numerous models and combine them to create something unique. Although these aren't always well-received, Jumpman still attempts to innovate. Consequently, fans can expect a new Jordan hybrid model this year. As you will see in the Instagram post below from @kicksdong, this shoe just so happens to be called the Jordan MVP. It is the perfect name for the shoe, especially when you consider the concept.
Behold, The Jordan MVP
Based on these initial photos, it seems clear that the concept is the first three-peat that Michael Jordan secured for the Chicago Bulls. During this time, Jordan was wearing the Air Jordan 6, the Air Jodan 7, and the Air Jordan 8. With this sneaker, you can see how the midsole and the upper of the sneaker replicate the Jordan 6. Secondly, the tongue of the shoe gives us major Jordan 7 flashbacks. Lastly, the Jordan 8 is represented by the colorful overlay that is found on the side, just above the midsole prior to the back heel.
As for the first color scheme of the Jordan MVP, you can expect a gorgeous "Raptors" makeup. This sneaker is black with red and purple highlights. It is definitely a great look that a lot of fans are going to enjoy. As for the release date, nothing has been made official. That said, you can stay tuned to HNHH where we will keep you informed on the latest news and updates from around the sneaker world. Additionally, let us know what you think of these kicks, in the comments section below.