One of the best sneakers to come out of the 90s would have to be the Air Jordan 5. Overall, this was the first Jumpman shoe of the 90s. Although it may not be everyone's favorite, it immediately gained traction thanks to a bunch of pop culture references. For instance, this shoe was worn a lot by Will Smith in The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air. At this point, the shoe is famous, and Jordan Brand continues to give it new colorways. Fans will never complain about this, and neither will those in charge of Nike's profits.
Throughout 2023, the Air Jordan 5 is set to get a whole bunch of amazing new colorways. Additionally, it looks like this will continue into 2024. Jumpman knows which shoes work, and when one proves to be popular, they continue to support it. Moreover, there are some color schemes that they have been touting quite a bit as of late. Once one of these schemes gains traction, they implant it onto various silhouettes. Now, we are seeing just that with this Air Jordan 5 "Lucky Green."
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"Lucky Green" Air Jordan 5
According to sneakerfiles.com and @zsneakerheadz, the Air Jordan 5 will be getting a recreation of the recent Air Jordan 3 from this year. Firstly, this model will get an upper that is covered in white leather. Secondly, the midsole has some green elements to it, although there is some black interspersed throughout. As for the tongue, we get a black look with a green Jumpman logo right in the middle. For many, these are going to prove to be a must-cop.
At the time of writing this, the Air Jordan 5 "Lucky Green" does not yet have a release date. However, it is expected to drop next year for a price of $200 USD. If you are a fan of this silhouette and like the color green, then this is absolutely going to be the sneaker for you. Let us know what you think of this sneaker, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news and updates from around the sneaker world. We will be sure to bring you the biggest releases from the biggest brands.
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