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Fire red 5s|Air Jordan 5 (V) White/Fire Red-Black 136027-120 For Sale
It’s going to be a very fire red summer. The Air Jordan IV kicked things off with that “Toro” look utilizing said shade, but it’s a couple of OG colorways that will wrestle back the hue come August. The Air Jordan V is one of them, as the sneakers are planning to suit up in this, a colorway plucked right out of the sneaker’s 1990 debut. Give us a heads up down in the comments if you anticipate them being a quicker sell-out than January’s pair and watch for the Air Jordan V “Fire Red” to release on August 31st.Don’t forget that the Air Jordan V isn’t done rolling out OG looks for 2013 just yet. Still to come is the Air Jordan V “Fire Red”, that black tongued sneaker that sports its namesake hue on the lining, midsole, and accents. Upon the release of this pair, the Air Jordan 5 will be missing just the “Metallic” look this year in terms of original colorways to make their way back to retail. Let us know if this year’s retros are helping you out in completing your set and then take a look at the opportunity to get this particular pair over a month ahead of their August release from airjordans-retro.com.
The Air Jordan V “Fire Red” was announced as a sneaker releasing in a full family size run, but we hadn’t gotten a glimpse of how the classic silhouette and its equally iconic colorway would translate onto the kid’s release, until now. With a simple white upper and the anti-3M tongue featured in all black, the shoe’s bottom is as icy as ever, making the fire red midsole pop even more. The attention to detail is up to par with Jordan standards, keeping the 23 stitching for the kids as well. Look below for more images of this GS release and be on the lookout for these to drop on August 31st.Every time that a pair of retro Jordans comes around, people inevitably want to play the comparison game. Alright, have it-we’ve got photos lined up of the Air Jordan V “Fire Red” in both its 2006 and 2013 iterations. As you’ll be able to see after you check the shots below, there aren’t really any big differences to be had. In fact, the most noticeable of changes comes in the form of the icy blue tint that helps out on the outsole this time around. See the 2006 vs 2013 Air Jordan V “Fire Red” below and tell us which pair you prefer.
The Air Jordan V “Fire Red” is coming back this summer. No, not the reflector-tongued Air Jordan V in white/black/fire red that came back at the top of this year, but sneaker more often associated with that red hot nickname. The distinction between the two has definitely been a point of contention for airjordans-retro.com in the past, with some not happy about the “Fire Red” nickname spreading to that other pair despite that color’s appearance on the OG label. Continue reading to see more of this year’s Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red”, or whatever you want to call them, and watch for an August 31st release date.
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