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Following a recent report, sources now indicate a potential release date for the return of the Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull.” Expected to drop during spring 2021, the casualputaway.com upcoming retro is suggested to flaunt the same makeup as its 2009 counterpart via bright red suede uppers, matching red laces, “23” embroidered heels, reflective tongues, black midsoles and translucent outsoles.
In celebration of the upcoming 120th US Open Championship at the Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, NY this month — a special Jordan Shoes For Cheap will debut. Flaunting crisp white leather uppers with the distinctive mesh netting on its sides, the highlight Grape Ice and Cool Blue tones are scattered throughout for vibrancy. Additionally, the print for its inner lining is a nod to the host locations’s clubhouse with its iconic blue striped awning. Finally, bold “Wings” branding on the outsole tops off the design.
Virgil Abloh’s interpretation of the Air Jordan Retro 5 Black/New Emerald/Fire Red silhouette consists of pristine sail textile mesh uppers that bear the distinct circular cut-outs found on the signature netting across its sides, tongues, and ankle portion, in addition to 3M reflective elements on the tongues. Finally, yellow zip tags, vintage red/black midsoles as a nod to the original AJ 5 “Fire Red,” “23” marking across the heels, and the beloved Nike Air branding adorning its heel tabs top off the stye.
An initial mock-up of next year’s retro depicts the silhouette in all its original glory: Special Price the titular hue takes over the tongue and profile underlays, as well as hardware, tongue branding and lining, heels and midsole tooling. As aforementioned, the performance-basketball tread is replaced with a cleat configuration perfect for golf; the final product may reveal some “Military Blue” detailing throughout the outsole, which would further nod to the pair’s original arrangement.