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Jordan Brand Unveils Special “Pearl Pack” For All-Star Weekend

To commemorate 30 years of Jordan Brand this upcoming All-Star weekend, the company founded by His Airness is releasing a special pinnacle performance collection, called simply “The Pearl Pack.” All the recent top JB releases — the Melo M11, CP3.VIII, the Super.Fly 3 and the Air Jordan XX9 are getting the pearl treatment for the upcoming mid-season swoon in New York, so come check all the new JB colorways out.

Each shoe in the collection exemplifies high-end culture, with complicated interlacing visuals to the best materials. Each shoes upper has a magnified pearl teture, with reflective threading and a white sheen that calls to mind the luminescence of the pearl.

The Jordan Pearl Pack will be available at select retail stores and Jordan.com on Feb. 7.

JORDAN SUPER.FLY 3 “PEARL”

The preferred shoe by Jordan athlete Blake Griffin, the Jordan Super.Fly 3 features a fused upper design, providing lightweight strength and support. The shoe also includes FlightPlate technology, which harnesses the energy of every step for explosive lift-off.

JORDAN MELO M11 “PEARL”

The Jordan Melo M11 is Jordan Brand’s latest performance model, incorporating the brand’s pinnacle technology created for the basketball court: FlightPlate. On the shoe’s upper, a molded collar optimizes fit and enhances ankle support for Carmelo Anthony’s versatile game.

Click to see the pearl iterations of the CP3.VIII and Air Jordan XX9

JORDAN CP3.VIII “PEARL”

Inspired by the speed of flight, the Jordan CP3.VIII gives Chris Paul an on-court edge over opponents. The TPU chassis keep the foot contained for lateral support, while a lightweight no-sew upper provides breathability and durability.

AIR JORDAN XX9 “PEARL”

The Air Jordan XX9, worn by high-flying Russell Westbrook, features a re-engineered FlightPlate technology that includes an additional tendril to improve heel-to-toe transitions. A performance woven upper is constructed to be incredibly light for superior flight.

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