September 5, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne / 8
On the nodes of the ‘blackout’ scale this Air Jordan V lands right in the middle among the unreleased pairs floating around, ending up a little darker than that white soled one we just showed you but not quite committing fully to the black on black. Again like the recent pairs in this range it bears the wear-test designation, a bit of a strange detail as Air Jordan retros aren’t usually put through the gauntlet in terms of performance. Click through with us to check out the Air Jordan V black/ice sample and let us know if you think they’re worth the price put on them by digioaux on eBay.
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fire, dummies complain about makin shit more complex and then as soon as something outside the box comes out, the same dummies are the first people to cry about it, all black 5s... cant go wrong
They want 3,800! They most be out they fuckin minds for a shoe that looks so much like an original CW
All they really did was take the Metallic 5's and add black to parts that aren't already black. To me.