Mache is back? Mache never left. The Air Jordan 5 “3Lab5″ Black/Cement Custom sees the latest creation from the artist extraordinaire. Refashioning the “3Lab5″ concept in literal and pronounced fashion,
Air Jordan 5
The Air Jordan 5 is the fifth signature made for Michael Jordan. A Tinker Hatfield design, the Jordan 5 is inspired by the WW2 Mustang fighter plane as seen by the shark teeth on the midsole. The Jordan 5 is the first basketball shoe to use a 3M tongue and clear sole. One of the more popular Air Jordans, these were worn on court with #23 embroidery by Michael Jordan. Since the original release many retros have bared the number like the PEs. Popular colorways include the "Grapes", "Fire Reds", "Wolf Greys", and many more.
Air Jordan 5s for sale
The Air Jordan 5s are one of the most classic model of Air Jordans. Currently there are not any Jordan 5s on the books to release soon, but that doesn't mean you can't find a pair for sale. Below are links where you can find Air Jordan 5s for sale.
The saga continues. The Air Jordan 5 “3Lab5″ may have seemed like a one-off concept upon first launch, but a preview look at the upcoming Black/Silver colorway sees the third installment. An all-black elephant print upper brings back memories of the “Black Flip” Air Jordan 3, while silver hits reference the OG AJ5. Take a look at pics from Andy Oliver above and below the write up and let us know if you’re feeling this pair in the comment section.
A Chris Paul colorway gets staring credit on the Air Jordan 5 “CP3 Edition” Custom. Crafted by Sole on Canvas, this pair places LA Clippers hues on what was once the “Fire Red” 5s. Blue bases the tall tongue, with PE detail coming in the form of a floater silo on the heel and #3 tagging. Gradient and speckle effects shine on the midsole of this makeup, resting firmly above an icy outsole. Follow Sole on Canvas on IG for more custom kicks.
The Jumpduck is back, this time on a new Air Jordan 5 PE for the Oregon men’s basketball squad. Bright green and yellow accents give this Ducks AJ 5 colorway plenty of pop, while the real standout feature is the dunking Duck logo found on the shoe’s yellow heel. Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for all further info on the Air Jordan 5 “Jumpduck” Oregon PE, and let us know your thoughts on the player exclusive in the comments.
Three concepts, one sneaker, the Air Jordan 5 “3Lab5″ Black/Infrared pulls from a premium range of JB nostalgia. The Air Jordan 5 silo gets stamped with the Air Jordan 3’s iconic elephant print, one-upped by the Black/Infrared colorway made famous on the Air Jordan 6. Before you un-DS your pair, download a copy of the Air Jordan 5 “3Lab5″ Black/Infrared in this installment of Weekly Wallpaper.