this unique interpretation of the Air Jordan 5 features a unique plaid pattern throughout the entirety of the upper. Don’t get us wrong, we mess with plaid during the Fall season, but we’re just not accustomed to seeing it used on shoes instead of button ups. These motifs range from the contrasting hues of black and white to bursts of red, tan, yellow, green, and gray. For the small-footers that are diggin’ the look, this Air Jordan 5 is adorned with not one, but an assortment of plaid prints.
The overlays on the heel counter and the toe top are covered in a striking red scheme. The side panels of the top layer, on the other hand, display a mix of complementing black and white arrangements. To avoid being overlooked, the plastic lateral grille is colored black and shines out, harmonizing with the TPU eyelet that is located higher up.
The Jumpman emblem, which boasts an air of assurance, is positioned on the tongue flaps and featured in bright orange tones. The orange accents further emerge in the form of lace sets and characteristic shark tooth detailing along the midfoot of the sneaker.
Therefore, the sole is mostly black with flaming orange highlights on the iconic shark teeth, while the upper is mostly black. The rubber outer sole unit of the footwear is finished off elegantly with a combination of black and an extra layer of translucent material that is only slightly see-through.
How comfortable are Air Jordan 5s?
On a scale of 1-10, I would rate the Jordan 5, 7.5 in terms of comfort. The Jordan 5 silhouette may be heavy, but they’re extremely soft inside, and the tongue is thick and cushiony. For this reason, I would recommend them for those long days when you’re constantly on your feet.
How do you care for Air Jordan 5s?
The Air Jordan 5 is made from nubuck leather; to keep them clean, I spray them with a sneaker protector before wearing them outside. After wearing them, I remove any dirt using a nubuck brush and return them to their original box, mainly so they don’t get dusty.
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