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University Red Air Jordan 5 "Flight Suit" 2017

The <a href="http://www.newjordans2018.net/">New Jordans 2018</a> line has always taken inspiration from the act of flight, both on and off the court. In 1990 it was WWII fighter planes, whose forms and features – especially the shark-mouth nose art – were echoed by the Air Jordan V's most distinct design lines. The theme was continued on the classic red-and-black flight suits from the same era. The latest Air Jordan V connects both expressions of flight, delivering a stand-out look that's loaded with history. With the Air Jordan 5 taking inspiration from the act of flight, both on and off the court. The theme to this release comes from the Red and Black flight suits from the '90s. It connects both expressions of flight, delivering a stand-out look that's loaded with history. Dressed in a mix of University Red and Black color scheme. This Air Jordan 5 features an all-Red suede upper with matching mesh and midsole, along with 3M reflective on the tongue. Black shark teeth and lining, while sitting atop an icy outsole completes the design.
<a href="http://www.newjordans2017.net/">New Jordans 2017</a>, Said to take inspiration from the act of flight (on and off the court), the design and color scheme of this Jordan 5 borrows the theme from Red and Black flight suits that we've poppin' back in the '90s. What you end up getting is a bold iteration of a classic model full of history. This Air Jordan 5 features a University Red and Black color combination. Those two colors pays tributes to the flight suits that were seen during the 90s. Featuring a predominate Red upper which is constructed with suede, the same shade is applied to the midsole. In addition we have Black that accents the shark teeth, liner and Jumpman branding. Other details include 3M Reflective detailing on the tongue and a translucent outsole to complete the look.
<a href="http://www.bestjordanretro.com/">Air Jordan Retro</a>, In 1990 Nike gifted us the Air Jordan 5 it was WWII fighter planes, whose forms and features – especially the shark-mouth nose art – were echoed by the Air Jordan 5s most distinct design lines. The theme was continued on the classic red-and-black flight suits from the same era. They are named so, not only because the Jordan 5 was inspired by taking flight, but also by the Black and Red flight suits worn by MJ and the Bulls – with the Blue and Black flight suit made famous by that Air Jordan 1 Royal poster. The Air Jordan craze began when the NBA originally banned the first pair, due to the lack of white present on the shoe. Michael wore them anyway and the marketing campaign for Nike was set. The brand has yet to slow down it's progressive ways, proving that they are still pushing the limits with their innovative, new technologies.

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