The Air Jordan 5 “Olive” Looks Ready for its Big Comeback
The Air Jordan 5 Olive re-releasing is definitely major news for so many sneakerheads all over the world. This exciting news comes just days after a first look at the Air Jordan 5 “Burgundy”, a fellow graduate of the class of 2006. Rumors have broken out that Travis Scott’s legacy with Jordan Brand is coming to an end, and we aren’t sure we’re ready for this yet. However, those new Olives are serving some serious Cactus Jack vibes!
That’s when AJ swoops in to satisfy their fans’ needs for earthy tones. The iconic “Olive” is ready to rise again! Especially after we’ve seen the brand roll out AJ1 and AJ3 in “Palomino” in chances of becoming the new Cactus Jack “Mocha”.
What Does The Jordan 5 Olive Look Like?
Okay, we know that Scott’s earthy Olive-toned colorways will always be his signature. But, those tones were huge hits long before he came into the scene. And this specific pair is enough proof. Air Jordan 5 “Olive” had its first release back in 2006 and is now a big a$$ retro! Not to mention it was one of the earliest non-original AJ5 colorways.
They feature a suede upper with shades of green on the mesh midfoot panel and the eyestays. Bright orange accents the inner lining. The oversized tongue is completed with a 3M reflective finish so you can flex even in low-light conditions. A translucent lace toggle rests just below the iconic Jumpman logo. The orange midsole shark tooth graphic, arguably the defining feature of the Air Jordan 5, sports a speckled pattern. Underfoot, the Nike Air midsole comes in a complementary green hue, and flame details around the sides for a fighter jet-inspired aesthetic. It’s then finished with a clear white outsole, finalizing the world-renowned design.
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Details on the sneaker’s launch and retail price are still scarce. Regardless, this pair is a great way to make up for any Ls you’ve taken on Travis Scott’s latest OLIVE Jordan 1s.
The OG Air Jordan 5 Olive from 2006 now has an average sale price of 346 USD. Considering similar models usually retail for around 210-225 USD, that’s an easy 100 bucks for your pocket.
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