Air Jordan V “Cement”
Originally released in 1990, the Air Jordan V was based off of a fighter jet used by the United States Air Force. At this point, signature Air Jordan models were gaining considerable attention from the masses, appearing everywhere from Spike Lee Joints to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and of course, on His Airness.
This retro model takes cues from its predecessor’s “cement print” pattern along the midsole, while staying true to its own roots bearing the always noticeable Scotch-Brite 3M tongue accent. Take a look at the official images below, are you grabbing this could-be classic?
Air Jordan V Retro
August 5, 2017
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