Buy The Sneaker, Across the board, there appear to be six non-OG colorways influencing the mixed-up release, including the Tokyo T23, Bel-Air, Quai 54, Toro, Shanghai Shen, and 2007’s Laser RA. Following a pretty tame effort on the Air Jordan 4 and a well-received “Top Three” rendition of the Air Jordan 5, Jordan Brand looks to deliver their most audacious mash-up yet on this “What The” Air Jordan 5 that comes infused with some of the silhouettes most revered releases.
Buy New Jordans, The latest pair features a mash-up of the most coveted colorways with a mismatched red and yellow suede uppers inspired by the “Raging Bulls” and “Tokyo” makeups, respectively. The yellow-based right shoe features the upper of the T23 (complete with embroidered motif), tongue and liner from the Air Jordan 5 Laser RA, and a sole unit from the Bel-Air. The left, red suede show, rocks an upper ripped from the Toro, liners from the Bel-Air, tongue and sole unit from the Quai 54 and lateral embroidery motif from the Shanghai Shen. In addition the liner is from the “Laser” and “Bel-Air” 5s, 3M Reflective on the tongue and translucent netting.
Originally released back in 2011, this Air Jordan 5 was originally released to celebrate the Jordan Tokyo 23 store in Japan. Dressed in Varsity Maize, Anthracite, Wolf Grey, and Black, the upper is equipped with yellow nubuck. Black and White accents contrast the design while Metallic Silver paints the tongue for that OG feel. A white, yellow, and black midsole begin to finish off the design while a translucent outsole and a special “23” Shibuya Ward-inspired is stamped on the ankles.

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