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This Luxe Air Jordan 5 is One Fine Vintage

The premium ‘Bordeaux’ colorway just released.
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To cap off a year of incredible releases, Jordan Brand is finally dropping the Air Jordan 5 PRM ‘Bordeaux’, a deep red colorway of Michael Jordan’s fifth signature sneaker, done up from heel to toe in high-grade, full-grain leather with a quilted interior lining.



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This is the last of four luxury colorways of the Air Jordan 5 released in 2017, including
an all-black one that caught our eye last August. The same premium leather was previously seen in an all-white colorway, and on a matte olive colorway earlier this year.

The Air Jordan 5 made was first seen on Michael Jordan during the 1990 NBA All-Star Game, and was his sneaker of choice until the second half of the 1990-1991 season. It was designed by Air Jordan ingénieur Tinker Hatfield, and was famously inspired by the P-51 Mustang, a World War II fighter plane. It’s seen several iterations and colorways over the years, but has seen a resurgence as a premium lifestyle sneaker over recent years.

The Air Jordan 5 PRM ‘Bordeaux’ is now available at the Titan x Nike Pop-Up Space, Titan Conrad, Titan Vertis; and at Titan22.com for the full retail price of P18,895.

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