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In 1990, the Air Jordan 5 debuted in three OG colorways: black/metallic silver, white/fire red, and white/grape ice. The entire trio remains relevant to this day, but the grape colorway stands alone as the only look to eschew a team-oriented color scheme. In the three decades since, we’ve seen deep purple reappear on the silhouette in various forms—but never like this. The vibrant hue covers the majority of the shoe’s suede upper, with complementary black accents on the tongue, laces, mudguard and sole. Contrasting hits of new emerald green complete the motif.   *ONE PAIR PER ORDER/CUSTOMER. MULTIPLE ORDERS/PAIRS WILL BE SUBJECTED TO AN ORDER CANCELLATION*
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This summer special celebrates the 30th anniversary of the legendary AJ5 silhouette by combining the shoe’s three OG colorways onto a single form: Fire Red, Metallic Silver, and Grape Ice. But rather than trying to out-compete each other, notice how the blacked-out suede upper harmonizes these colorways on the shoe’s signature design elements, like the padded tongue and "shark-teeth" midsole lines. In the way that great teams work together, these OG colors combine to create a whole new look that sets it apart from its predecessors.   ONE PER ORDER, MULTIPLE ORDERS WILL BE CANCELLED!
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Three decades after its debut, the Air Jordan 5 is back in an OG colorway that’s still built to turn heads. An upper of white leather meets contrasting black on the midsole, while hits of fire red add blazing flavor to the lining, lace locks and heel. MJ rocked this exact makeup on March 28, 1990, as an ascendant squad from Chicago battled Cleveland, eventually winning in overtime behind a career-high 69 points from His Airness.   ONE PER ORDER, MULTIPLE ORDERS WILL BE CANCELLED!
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