Off-White x Air Jordan 5: This is your first official look
Since being revealed at Paris Fashion Week, we now have a better idea of how you can cop the Off-White x Air Jordan 5.
It seems like there's no end to the relationship between Virgil Abloh and Nike – and we're not complaining. After months of speculation, Virgil Abloh has officially unveiled the new Off-White x Air Jordan 5 at the Paris Fashion Week fall/winter 2020 runway show.
The luxury label hasn't collaborated with Jordan since 2018, so we're excited to see what's next for the two. If you've been waiting to see this sneaker drop, then you're in luck, this is your first official look.
The signature Air Jordan silhouette has been re-imagined into a statement designer style, with plenty of unique features and overlapping of textures. We can already spot the word "SHOELACES" printed on the lace tips, as well as a black Off-White plastic hangtag.
The upper features a thin synthetic material with tonal circular overlays. The silver tongue is thinned out and you've also got a red Jumpman logo to make a statement. We're loving the number 23 on the lateral and the plastic netting, all details that are heavily associated with a pair of Air Jordan 5s.
When will you be able to get your hands on them? A US release date has been set as the 15 February. We're expecting a retail price of US$225, so these aren't going to go cheap. If you're keen to get your hands on a pair, we advise you start saving now!
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