It’s been a heck of a year of releases to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 5 and this next release finishes with a bang. If you’re looking to make a bold fashion footwear statement, the latest Air Jordan 5 Retro “What The” drop is your answer, commemorating some of the design’s most iconic releases in a loud and colorful way.
Behind the Design
The left shoe upper is dressed completely in Yellow suede highlighting the “Tokyo 23” while the right shoe features a complete Red suede upper paying tribute to the “Raging Bull”. Diving into the details of the right foot: a Purple midsole paying homage to the “Bel Airs” and sock liner pattern straight from the “Lasers” sandwich the Yellow suede uppers. The tongue, featuring the famous reflective material with an Orange stitched Jumpman logo, is from the “Army Olive” pair. Finally, to finish off the Tokyo-inspired shoe is the embroidered insignia located at the heel of the sneaker. The left shoe features a contrasted Red Suede look with a “Bel-Air” sock liner and sole along with a “Quai 54” midsole. The tongue is taken straight from the “Green Bean” pair which features the same reflective material expect a Green stitched Jumpman. To finish off the right foot you’ll find the “Shanghai” emblem that completes the Raging Bull look.
Jordan Brand is certainly ending the year with a bang with the release of the Air Jordan 5 Retro “What The”. The pair is certainly loud and bold but rooted in Air Jordan 5 history and respect. Make sure you keep it locked on our social media for the latest release and raffle information as these are sure to go quick.