Official Images Of The Air Jordan 5 Low “Dongdan”

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First teased in March, the Air Jordan 5 Low “Dongdan” has finally emerged via official photos.

Prepped in anticipation of the streetball tournament at Sunset Dongdan, the low-top offering keeps things simpler than predecessors. A “Black” fabric covers the bulk of the upper, forgoing the sunset-reminiscent gradients seen on past Air Jordans to celebrate the Beijing (“Dongdan”) event. “White” stitching across the top-half delivers contrast, but not as bold as the vibrant pink flair that animates the shark teeth-like accents along the midsole. The collection’s signature “Xiazhan Dongdan” logo is embroidered onto the spines and stamped onto the special shoe box. Sockliners, like the packaging, don a purple and pink color scheme that highlights the sky and cloud graphics of this year’s Air Jordan “Dongdan” offerings.

Enjoy official photos of the Jordan 5 ahead, as you wait for firm Nike SNKRS launch details.

For more sneaker news, check out the latest Nike Air Max releases.


UPDATE (08/03/2023):
The shoes are now available on Nike.com.
UPDATE (07/21/2023):
A release date has been scheduled for August 3rd, 2023.
UPDATE (05/23/2023):
Official images have been updated.

Air Jordan 5 Low "Dongdan"

SKU: DX4355-015
RELEASE DATE: Aug 3, 2023

US 08/03/2023 Thursday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nikestore US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -
Nike SNKRS US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -
Foot Locker N/A North America Only App Only Check App -

Photos via Nike

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