The NBA All-Star Game – and the sneaker hysteria that surrounds it – is over, but the sneaker releases from Jordan Brand are not slowing down. The athletic label is set to drop another classic silhouette in an updated colorway this weekend.
The Air Jordan 5 Retro Low “Dunk From Above” arrives on Saturday and will retail for $175. The shoe will also be available in grade school, preschool and toddler sizes with retail prices of $120, $75 and $55, respectively.
Michael Jordan’s dunks were at the center of many of the iconic baller’s most electrifying moments, which led to the creation of the Jumpman logo. The latest shoe, according to the brand, was inspired by his abilities to take flight and uses a color palette that supports its seasonal “soar” theme.
The shoe – with design inspiration taken from World War II fighter planes – features a predominantly white upper with hints of the brand’s midnight-navy and metallic-gold star colors. The three colors also appear on the midsole, and the shoe is completed with an icy translucent outsole.
The Air Jordan 5 Retro Low has hit retail shelves in a number of colorways lately, including the Chinese New Year iteration (which dropped Jan. 23) and the Alternate iteration (which hit stores Jan. 30).