Jordan 5

Jordan 5

The Jordan 5 is an iconic basketball shoe from Nike's Jordan sneaker line. The shoe was first released in 1990 and was designed by Tinker Hatfield, a renowned shoe designer at Nike. The Jordan 5 was originally worn by Michael Jordan during the 1990-91 season when he won his first NBA Championship Finals. The Jordan 5 has a striking design with a visible Air-Sole unit in the heel and a tongue and lacing system inspired by the Mustang front. Crafted from leather and suede, the shoe features signature side lace-up detailing and an embossed Jumpman on the heel. The Jordan 5 is available in several color combinations including the iconic "Grape" colorway with a white upper, purple accents and a translucent outsole. The shoe is popular not only with basketball players but also with sneaker enthusiasts and collectors and is regularly released in limited editions.