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Air Jordan V Showcase By Yungdrseuss

June 21, 2011 BY / 0

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We’ll have to wait two more years for the Air Jordan V to turn the magical age of 23, but 2011 is the 21st birthday for Jordan’s fifth shoe – an age that we all consider to be a lifetime milestone. We should expect more Air Jordan V releases in 2013, but 2011 hasn’t been too shabby. In fact, here’s a mini-tribute to the Air Jordan V, showcasing some of the biggest retro releases past and present like the yet-to-release Air Jordan V Quai 54, and the 2000 Retro releases that featured ‘Nike Air’ on the heel. Yungdrseuss also has the unreleased Air Jordan V Navy Suede sample that we showed you not long ago, as well as the ‘Grapes‘ and the ‘Tokyo23‘ joints. We’ve got some extra shots for you below so take a peek at some Air Jordan V eye candy and let us know which of the bunch is your favorite.

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