If you have been following HNHH and our sneaker coverage, you know that the Jordan MVP has been a big shoe. Overall, this is a hybrid sneaker that has been taking the world by storm. Although hybrid sneakers tend to get a bad rap at times, this shoe seems to be doing extremely well. This is because three iconic offerings are being combined here. As a whole, this includes the Air Jordan 6, Air Jordan 7, and Air Jordan 8. Subsequently, you can figure out that these represent Michael Jordan's first three championship sneakers.
With the hype at an all-time high for the Jordan MVP, the brand has been showcasing a ton of great new colorways. Consequently, we have been writing about these colorways, because why wouldn't we? Overall, these colorways have been very unique and interesting. Moreover, they have contained references to color schemes we have seen in the past. The latest Jordan MVP is proof of that as we have been blessed with this clean yet flashy "UNC" offering.
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"UNC" Jordan MVP
In the images above and below, you can see how exactly this shoe represents the iconic "UNC" aesthetic. Firstly, the shoe is covered in black suede. This is definitely a reference to a similar colorway of the Air Jordan 6. Secondly, powder blue is found all the way throughout the shoe. This includes the midsole, back heel overlays, Jumpman logos, and even the inner lining. When you put this all together, you get a shoe that is perfect for any time of the year.
For now, the release date of this shoe remains entirely unknown. However, we can tell you that it should be dropping sometime soon for $165 USD. If you are a UNC fan and you are trying to get your fandom in somehow, these are the kicks for you. Let us know what you think of this sneaker, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news and updates from around the sneaker world. We will be sure to bring you the biggest releases from the biggest brands.
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