Closer Look at the Air Jordan 5 ‘White Cement’

As you can see, this New Jordans 2017, University Red, Black, Cement Grey and Metallic Silver color combination. Constructed with White leather across the uppers, Cement print lands on the midsole as well as the top eyelet. Black lands on the tongue which has a 3M Reflective finish. Giving them the ‘Fire Red’ feel is the use of University Red on the inside of the tongue and lace lock. Finishing the look is a translucent outsole.Dressed in a White, Black, Red and Cement Grey color scheme. This Air Jordan 5 features a White leather upper with an Air Jordan 4-inspired Cement print on the upper eyelets and midsole. Its 3M reflective Black tongue resembles the “Fire Red” release, while sitting atop an icy translucent outsole.Already one of the most anticipated releases of 2016, purists looking to get as close to the 10 year anniversary 1999 release are happy about this new take on the Air Jordan 4. Aside from a slightly altered frame, the upcoming retro looks true to OG form for all intents and purposes.
The 2017 Air Jordan Shoes rocks the simple palette that made it a classic, as a white leather upper is hit with black-speckled grey on the midsole, wings and heel, while a touch of vivid red on the tongue adds bold color. It’s that heel that’s the real game-changer though: It’s finished with “NIKE AIR” branding, eschewing the more recent Jumpman logo for a truly throwback feel.The OG colorway rocks the simple palette that made it a classic, as a white leather upper is hit with black-speckled grey on the midsole, wings and heel, while a touch of vivid red on the tongue adds bold color. It’s that heel that’s the real game-changer though: It’s finished with “NIKE AIR” branding, eschewing the more recent Jumpman logo for a truly throwback feel.White leather makes up the upper while Air Jordan 4-inspired cement print is placed on the upper eyelets and midsole. Other details include a 3M reflective Black tongue that is similar to the “Fire Red” release, as it’s all topped off with an icy translucent outsole.
The KD 9 For Sale features a solid black Flyweave and leather upper resulting in a sleek look. Contrasting white hits on the Flywire and outsole compliment the sneakers’ overall presentation. A Swoosh and large embroidered Jumpman present in grey on the lateral side and a classic Wings logo on the medial side complete the Air Jordan 31 landing Saturday, March 11th at select Jordan Brand retailers for $185 USD. Unless Jordan Brand has some surprises up their sleeve, Air Jordan 5 Low will be the premier drop top J to lead off 2016. Nestled in the middle of the black and red three-sneaker “Alternate Collection” that includes Jordans 2 and 4, this AJ5 ostensibly answers the question of what a Michael Jordan player exclusive might have been in 1990 (either that or else a release of Derek Anderson’s “Heat Away” PE).With the new luxe focus comes a deconstructed look, as the AJ5 has been stripped of its plastic lace ports and translucent side vents. Even the midsole gets a makeover with a molded leather finish. Then there’s the packaging. True to Tinker Hatfield’s original vision for Air Jordan 5, the Take Flight 5 comes with a fighter plane-inspired shark teeth bag and premium shoe box.