We may have just seen the release of the CDP Jordan V in a similar colorway, but this sample that was originally made to release in the spring of 2010 is bound to have Jordan heads begging for it’s release. At first glance, it may seem like there are only few superficial differences between the two, but a closer comparison with the CDP V reveals some interesting adjustments. Most glaring of the tweaks is the “Flying Tiger” teeth on the sole. The spiked design on the CDP model is red, while on this sample, it’s white outlined by red. Just above the teeth is the embroidered eye to complete the Flying Tiger design. Another flip is the eylet color on the sample, which employs black. Black is further used on the 3m embroidered jumpman insignias on the tongue and heel and on the inside lining of the shoe. The sole is mostly black all the way around the shoe in the CDP, while on the sample, the toe is red. Reports say this model will not likely see the light of day, but to tantalize yourself a bit, check out these photos via: kenlu.net.