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Air Jordan V (5) Retro – White – Varsity Red – Midnight Navy | Detailed Images

May 17, 2011 BY / 0

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Wolf Grey down, three more to go (or four if you count the kids).  It’s been quite a year for the last shoe Michael Jordan wore as a player who hadn’t yet captured his first championship, and the Air Jordan V Retro is hungry for more success, this quintessential summer look poised to pop up everywhere someone’s rocking white sneakers.  It’s a shame there’s no major international basketball tournament where we could see a USAB baller like Ray Allen break these out but don’t be shocked if you see a few pairs un-DSed in London next year.  Luckily, we won’t have to wait to get ours longer than the July release date, so click through to see more and stick with Sneaker News for updates.  via in52

Air Jordan V Retro
White/Midnight Navy-Varsity Red
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