As of now, sneakerheads are expecting that the first Air Jordan 5 releases of 2017 will be the colorway that is a part Jordan Brand’s “Take Flight” Pack. The Air Jordan 15 “Stealth” from the pack has already made its comeback, while the Air Jordan 8 “Sequoia” that is a part of it is scheduled to make its retail debut on January 28th of this year. Not only is it a brand new iteration of the model, it also stands out because of its premium construction. However, it seems that Jordan brand will also end up dropping a variation of the Air Jordan 5 from the “Take Flight” Pack. Continue reading This Variation Of The Air Jordan 5 “Take Flight” Is Available At Kixify
It was back in 1990 when the Air Jordan 5 made its original retail debut and its “Black-Metallic Silver” iteration was one of the initial four colorways of the model that Jordan Brand had dropped. As just about every sneakerhead must know by now, the inspiration for the fifth Air Jordan silhouette came from the North American P-51 Mustang fighter-bomber that was used during the Second World War. It was not until 2000 that the original Air Jordan 5 colorways received the retro treatment. It is being speculated that the 2016 version of the Air Jordan 5 “Black Silver” might be the best one yet. Continue reading Is The Air Jordan 5 “Black Silver” Supposedly The Third Olympic Medal Release?
From the looks of it, it seems quite obvious that the Air Jordan 5 Low is one of the leading from Jordan Brand this year. It does not really matter if sales of the latest Air Jordan 5 Low colorways have been high or not, but the fact remains that the low-top silhouette will continue arriving at retailers over the course of this year. There is one particular rendition of the model that will definitely fly off the shelves, the Air Jordan 5 Low “Neymar” that is nicknamed after the famous Brazilian professional footballer who plays for the Brazilian nation team and the Spanish club, FC Barcelona. Continue reading The Air Jordan 5 Low “Neymar” Might Debut Along A Pair Of Cleats
It was back in December 2015 when Jordan Brand made the announcement regarding their revamped Retro Remaster initiative, which took the sneaker community by storm. Perhaps the first, most noteworthy sneaker to receive the Retro Remaster treatment was last year’s returning Air Jordan 6 “Maroon,” which once again bore the Nike Air logo on the tongues. The next model in line to become a part of the Jumpman’s new Retro Remaster initiative was the Air Jordan 4, which made its comeback in the OG ’89 “White Cement” rendition. Apparently this time it’s the Air Jordan 5’s turn to go down the same route. Continue reading The Jordan 5 Is Next In Line To Be Branded With Nike Air