The Nike Air Jordan 5 “Olive” Will Remerge for the First Time Since 2006
Bringing the heat with it when it arrives in the spring—next year.
[Update 15 Feb 2024] With the Nike Air Jordan 5 “Olive” dropping less than a month away on 9 March, the good people at Nike have revealed official images of the returning classic. Check out the gallery above as we eagerly await this must-have release.
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[Update 29 Aug 2023] It’s been a couple of months since the last update but @knowing_kicks have just shared new on-feet and detailed looks of the Nike Air Jordan 5 “Olive”. Arriving on 9 March 2024, the pair will also be made in full-family sizing. Should anything change, expect to find an update here at this very page!
[Update 28 Jun 2023] A release date has been reported for the upcoming return of the Nike Air Jordan 5 “Olive”. It’s expected to drop on Nike SNKRS and select retailers on 9 March 2024. While it’s still a long time away, it never hurts to be prepared ahead of time! Stay tuned for official images and further updates about this sneaker.
2023 is far from its curtain call but Jordan Brand has already begun teasing what they’re cooking up in the kitchen for next year. Pulled out of the cookie jar, the Nike Air Jordan 5 “Olive” from 2006.
It was initially introduced as a part of their lifestyle series, released at the time with matching apparel. All of its most distinguishing features a mainstay, the foundation of the sneakers will be fitted with buttery suede strips saturated in the titular hue, giving them a military aesthetic. While tongues include 3M backgrounds and orange accents on top of Jumpman insignias and internal linings, laces and eyestays remain coordinated. As a finishing touch, the drab olive green midsole bits are accented with the hallmark P-51-inspired graphic’s orange spikes, lightly decorated with light gray speckles.
Look for the Air Jordan 5 “Olive” to go on sale at select Jordan Brand stores and Nike.com in the spring of 2024. Expect the RRP to probably be around $US225.
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