October 2nd, 2012 by Aaron Hope
What would happen if you took two of the most expressive Retro+ colorways from the pre-championship Air Jordan Legacy and made them into one? That’s exactly what sneaker customizer EBreez3 was looking to find out when he applied the all-yellow styling from last year’s ’Tokyo 23′ Air Jordan V to the already unique Air Jordan III ‘Flip’. The resulting AJ3 ’Flip Tokyo’ would instantly be in contention with 2010′s Doernbecher charity effort as the most visually engaging Threes ever, something like the III’s answer to the ‘Lightning’ IVs (and remember, both those 4s and the T23 Vs were selected last March by Sneaker News readers as among the eight best non-OGs from the entire Legacy). Let us know what you think of these as we ready for another round of ‘Thunder’ Fours and stick with Sneaker News for all the latest customs and Air Jordan release dates.
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May 26th, 2011 by John K.
What you see before your eyes is the Air Jordan V ‘Tokyo23′, quite possibly one of the sneakers to be given a coveted spot on Sneaker News’ Top 30 Sneakers of 2011. All attention was directed toward Japan due to the tragic natural disaster, and never before did a sneaker seem less important, but in a way, the launch of the Jordan Brand Tokyo23 website gave some added attention sorely needed by the people of the country – and perhaps that led to more donations and charitable funding. Nearly a month after the release and the Air Jordan V T23 is still a talked-about shoe, so if you’ve been looking for a pair and are willing to pony up the cash, RMKStore has a few sizes available, but you can also check for your size on eBay.
Air Jordan V Tokyo23
Varsity Maize/Anthracite-Wolf Grey-Black
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