The Air Jordan 5 “Toro Bravo” Pack Dropped 10 Years Ago Today

10 years ago today, Jordan Brand released a pack that still lives in history.

On May 30, 2009, the Air Jordan 5 “Toro Bravo” Pack released.

Featuring the Air Jordan 5 in both full-3M and all-red fashion, both bold takes in what was also called the “Raging Bull” Pack impressed then and impressed now.

Both a 3M Air Jordan 5 and all-red Air Jordan weren’t entirely new. In fact, both had been seen before.

Air Jordan 5 “Green Bean” (2006) via Flight Club
Air Jordan XX1 “Red Suede” (2006) via Flight Club

With that said, both were a hit with the all-red Air Jordan 5 proving years ahead of “Red October” Yeezys and a favorite on and off the hardwood for years to come.

The likes of PJ Tucker, Monta Ellis, DeMar DeRozan, Jordan Crawford and Nate Robinson wore pairs from the pack on court.

PJ Tucker in the Air Jordan 5 “Toro Bravo”

Conversely, over the years artists such as Drake, Pharrell, Future, Trinidad James, Ciara and more rocked pairs from the pack out and about or on stage.

Bun B in the Nike Air Yeezy 1 “Blink” & Drake in the Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull” (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

The “Toro Bravo” theme was carried over to retro releases of the Air Jordan 4 and Air Jordan 18, and also seen on Don C’s Jordan 312 hybrid.

Still, the OG package proves more popular than any of its successors.

Changing the game and running a cool $310, this influential pack dropped a decade ago today.

Air Jordan 5 "Toro Bravo" On-Foot Look
Air Jordan 5 “Toro Bravo” On-Foot Look
Air Jordan 5 "Toro Bravo" On-Foot Look
Air Jordan 5 “Toro Bravo” On-Foot Look
Air Jordan 5 "Toro Bravo" On-Foot Look
Air Jordan 5 “Toro Bravo” On-Foot Look