December 10, 2010 BY John Kim
A few weeks back, Sneaker News gave you an exclusive first look at the fifth installment of the Jordan Brand Bin 23 Collection, the Air Jordan V Premio. Perhaps its mere coincidence that the fifth release is the AJV, but the design of this particular shoe is certainly deliberate. The upper features a tonal black leather which is a sharp turn from the Durabuck material used on the previous black Air Jordan V releases. The translucent bottom sole and ‘concrete’ sharks teeth remain, which may lead you to believe that these are just a leather version of the popular Black/Metallic Silver colorway, but the translucent netting panel is replaced by a different style of netting and the “23” stitching on the heel has been blacked out for a slightly more lux look. A few splashes of color are provided by the red Jumpman logo on the tongue and and the Bin23 stamp on the heels, but aside from that, it’s pretty much just simplicity and sophistication all the way with these. Take a look at some more pics after the jump and let us know what you think of Jordan Brand’s latest Bin 23 Collection offering. Keep in mind that these are a sample, so who knows if we may see a few tweaks before they release next year. via MarqueeSole.