Nike’s Air Jordan V model has always been one of Michael Jordan’s most iconic silhouettes, the Air Jordan 5 Oreo that has been on our radar since early this returns in its legendary OG version that have sneakerheads dying to get their hands on a pair on release day. The Jordan brand has applied new colorways to the silhouette throughout its existence but nothing will ever come close to beating an OG colourway. Crafted using premium fabrics, the sneaker arrives dressed in a murdered-out black nubuck upper while a clean platinum white midsole sits below for an insane amount of comfort both on and off-court.
The Air Jordan 5 Oreo comes dressed in a black,white and cool grey color scheme.Tinker Hatfield’s piece of art inspired by fighter jets from the World War appears in the traditional shark teeth shape on its lateral and medial sides appear with speckled white accents giving it the “Oreo” nickname its widely-known for.As white premium leather makes its way on the upper panels, the retro pair comes equipped with MJ’s signature Jumpman logo embroidered in silver stitching on the tongue and white on the back heel. A transparent lace lock on its forefront and translucent outsole the finishes the look.
This adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Bone/Blue combines conventional colors and construction with a unique pops of flair. Its design is centered around the seam that runs from toebox to tongue: this piece is kept tonal on most 350 V2s but here it’s done up in black and bordered by white, popping off its bone Primeknit background to provide an inside-out look. Another black strip is also present on the tab-less heel, running from collar down to midsole.Post-dyed monofilament side stripes add some smoothness into the upper’s bumpy texture, with darker shades of tan on the collar and laces serving up extra contrast. A Three Stripes graphic can be seen on the inside of the heel, and down below icy blue midsoles house thick BOOST footbeds to round off the look.

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