Originally released back in 2011, this Air Jordan 5 Retro What The was originally released to celebrate the Jordan Tokyo 23 store in Japan. A white, yellow, and black midsole begin to finish off the design while a translucent outsole and a special “23” Shibuya Ward-inspired is stamped on the ankles. The sneaker was kept limited and only released in Japan in 2011, so now may be the time for a Retro release for all the other sneakerheads around the world. Black and White accents contrast the design while Metallic Silver paints the tongue for that OG feel. The Air Jordan 5 has also been popular this Summer with multiple colorways already released and set to release, this AJ5 may be the highlight of the year. Dressed in Varsity Maize, Anthracite, Wolf Grey, and Black, the upper is equipped with yellow nubuck.
Fresh off a collaboration on the New Nike Air Force 1, leaked images have revealed an upcoming Titan x Air Jordan partnership coming soon that will showcase the Air Jordan 23. Infrared accents also appear to be apart of the collaboration as well which is a nice touch to a classic white and black iteration. While the AJ23 isn’t the most hyped silhouette from Jordan Brand’s arsenal, Titan looks to showcase some much-needed light to the sneaker for the retailer’s 10th Anniversary. It also appears the side paneling will be decked out in black which showcases Metallic Gold embroidery. From this early look, it appears the tongue will arrive in white leather which showcases a gold Titan medallion. While we only have this one leaked image to go off of, the official colorway is slated for Black, Sail, White, and Metallic Gold.
2020 will showcase the Newly Jordans brand like never before. Each year seems to get better and better roll-outs, but it looks like 2020 will be levels ahead of what we’ve seen previously. Although images have not been leaked of the new variant, expect a black base upper, metallic silver branding, white midsole and a translucent icy outsole. Over the past couple of months, retros and new colorways have been surfacing left and right as it appears like the team at Jordan are going all in. The iteration will arrive in Black, Clear White and Metallic Silver for a very wintery edition. This new edition of the Air Jordan 11 is a great example of that. Fans are accustomed to the model taking on retro colorways but a new theme at this point is something we hardly see for the silhouette.