BLAKE Griffin bannered the debut of the Jordan Super.Fly 5, widely considered as the Clippers star's de facto sneaker under his endorsement deal with Jordan Brand.
Jordan Brand enlisted artist James Roper for the artwork of their latest campaign led by Griffin, based on the new shoe's design.
The Jordan Super.Fly 5 features a Nike Zoom Air in the forefoot for cushioning, and an inner bootie to keep the foot securely in place. Construction of the upper remains light, in line with past versions of the Super.Fly.
The performance sneaker is scheduled to launch first in China on June 30 in the three colorways. Global release is set for August 1 and will sell for $150.