Air Jordan 5 “Olive” Set To Return: Details
There have been a lot of amazing Air Jordan 5 colorways to come out over the years. Although this silhouette is sometimes overlooked, real sneakerheads know this is a fantastic shoe. Overall, it helped usher in a new era of Jumpman. The 90s were a great time for sneakers, and this was certainly an example of that. Moreover, just a few years ago, the silhouette celebrated its 30th birthday. This turned out to be huge for sneakerheads, as the shoe got a whole host of great retros and new colorways.
Since that time, the Air Jordan 5 has continued to get some amazing new offerings. This is especially true when it comes to re-releases of models from the mid-2000s. Subsequently, we have been getting word that the Air Jordan 5 “Burgundy” would be returning to the market in 2023. Now, we are also getting some AJ5 teasers for 2024. One of them just so happens to be this “Olive” model, seen below. Of course, this is a colorway that was released all the way back in 2006.
“Olive” Air Jordan 5 To Make A Comeback
This latest news comes to us from the good folks over at @zsneakerheadz. They have always been ahead of the curve with this kind of information, and it is certainly appreciated. As for the aesthetics of this model, it looks absolutely fantastic. Firstly, the shoe is covered in premium olive materials. Secondly, the midsole has an olive twist to it all while orange shark teeth make an appearance. Lastly, the inside lining of the shoe is orange as well, which creates a very nice contrast. If you love the Jordan 5, you will probably love this color scheme.
As for the release date, nothing has been confirmed as of yet. However, we do know that this shoe is supposed to drop during the Spring of 2024. Whether or not that gets confirmed, still remains to be seen. Let us know what you think of this Air Jordan 5, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for more news and updates from around the sneaker world. We will always be sure to keep you informed on all of the biggest releases.