The Air Jordan 5 is an iconic silhouette that has had many retro releases over the years. There are many more that are set to release in the following months. Here is a list of colorways that will be dropping soon:
1. The Air Jordan 5 “Top 3”
Created by the Jordan brand to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 5, this colorway of the sneaker draws inspiration from previous models. The black and silver upper is a representation of the ‘Black metallic colorway while the purple tongue reminds us of the iconic ‘Bel Air Fresh Prince colorway’. The red sole is akin to the Fire red colorway and thus the shoe gives us the best of all these pairs. The pair is rumored to drop on 16th May 2020 on the SNKRS app.
2. The Air Jordan 5 “Alternate Grape”
This pair is certainly one of the most electrifying pairs to drop in the coming future. The purple hue is definitely eye-catching and is a perfect fit for this iconic silhouette. The pair might have some small changes to it as per reported but they will be very minor additions. The official images will drop in the near future as the pair is set to release in April on Nike.com.
3. The Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red and Metallic silver”
These colorways are the most iconic of all AJ 5 pairs and are set to arrive in kids’ sizes. They were set to hit the shelves on 25th but amid coronavirus fear they might drop on Nike.com
4. The Air Jordan 5 “Multicolour splatter” (GS)
This colorway is hit with a colorful splatter of artistic genius that represents a piece of artwork. The white leather upper has a hue of purple, pink, and multiple adjacent colors while the midsole has orange-colored lines that create contrast. The pair is scheduled to drop on 3rd April 2020.
Note: A lot of information regarding the drop dates is scheduled to changes due to the spread of COVID-19. To know more about the situation click here. Follow Street Sense for more updates on the situation.
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