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Your first look: Air Jordan 5 “Top 3”

Posted: 6 March 2020 10:37 am
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The Air Jordan 5 is celebrating a birthday with a brand new sneaker style!

The year of 2020 just so happens to be the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 5 – and it's not the only sneaker silhouette to do so.

The adidas Superstar turns 50 this year and the statement Dunk shoe is turning 35.

The Air Jordan 5 is celebrating its birthday in style. A "Top 3" revamp is set to hit stores this year and we cannot wait to get our hands on them.

Some of the most popular and OG Jordan colourways are joining forces to create this must-have sneaker. That's right, this shoe is kind of like a fusion.

The upper is inspired by the "Black Metallic" colourway. How? It's all thanks to the black case and plastic panel netting. Taking on the "Grape" kick, the tongue arrives in a colour combination of deep purple and teal.

To finish off the shoe, Jordan has decided to go with the "Fire Red" theme. There is a sharp contrast of colour on the midsole. This is coupled with grey and black detailing and black laces.

Nike Air logos are pictured on the back and the number "23" is displayed on either side.

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So, when can you get your hands on it? Rumour has it, the Air Jordan 5 "Top 3" will be available from 16 May. Keep in mind that this is a US release date, so Aussie sneaker-heads should expect it in the weeks that follow.

Price: Approximately US$200

Where to shop: While a list of official stockists has yet to be announced, we know you'll be able to shop from Nike online.

For more, you can check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, the best deals and a comprehensive list of release dates.


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