When the Air Jordan 5 in this white/black-fire red colorway showed up in 1990, it didn’t have the “23” embroidery. And when it showed up in 2013, it didn’t have the “23” embroidery. The exception to that rule though was Michael Jordan, whose original pairs of this sneaker did indeed have that jumbo stitching on the backside. Shown here is one of his pairs that’s found its way online, complete with some signatures from the man himself. Stay with us after the break to see more on this piece of Air Jordan history and then bid on them from jordanvault on eBay.
Thing is it's more fags rockin shoes an being jus as it is str8 guys so pink Infrareds pink yeezys r n they call them red October but they pink IMO it's nuttin wrong with it but it's more about style than tradition or jus being true to b ball I buy jordans cause he was the best b ball player ever I love b ball #sctop10 all day my girl hates espn cause of the Attn the ch gets I c people askin about wtl like he is the best ever an the shoes hav writing on it not a signature but writing an the Kobe an kd are gay man special u can put polka dots or zebra print wtf u guys r on the fence every body to fruity to colorful these days I like the swag but I'm not paying 270( 300 wit tax) for wtl I guess that y nike will keep raising prices cause y'all gon buy them colorful ass shoes n e way an what do u wear with it or is tacky n #ijusdontgetit