September 11, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 13
So it appears that the Air Jordan 5 with that “Black Laney” looking color combination isn’t tied into the school at all. Instead, the sneakers seem to be related to the greater set of Shanghai releases that we’ve seen in 2013. As pointed out by a number of our readers, the logo on the back end of the shoes contains the Chinese “Shen”, an abbreviation for Shanghai (This logo has been seen on other Nike releases from this year’s “Ignite Shanghai” group). As a result, early talk of their release has them pegged as a China exclusive, a cruel fate that would reflect the region biased nature of previous Air Jordan 5 pairs like the “Tokyo 23″. Continue reading to see the shoes again and then check out this early pair of the Air Jordan 5 “Shanghai Shen” from ajaddiction on eBay.
Air Jordan V
Style Code: 136027-089
damn man i really wanted these too...and yeah mof course now everyone on this shoes dick meanwhile they were hating on them 24 hrs ago when they were just general release smh.i cant wit these clowns
Coppin, in my personal opinion looks better then the black Ashe a** Grape 5s straight out the box lol
Hypebeast be like "pass on these black laney's, the tongue needs to be yellow or blue" now they be like "oh these Shangai V's are a must cop, that symbol really makes it pop" .... LOL
@CaseyGUNS I guarantee you these will sell out in a blink of an eye hahaha.... besides almost any J's these days sell out even if its not OG colorways.
@CaseyGUNS You are so right man, that's what exactly is going to happen,
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