First Look At The Upcoming Air Jordan 5 “Olive”

Originally released in 2006.

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Jordan Brand’s steady mix of modern colorway creations and re-issues of past classics continues as 2006’s Air Jordan 5 “Olive” is set to release again on March 9th, 2024.

A first look at the upcoming release arrives in rather timely fashion as a fellow Class Of 2006 release —  the Air Jordan 5 “Burgundy” — is set for a global drop on August 29th, 2023.

Both the Burgundy and Olive 5s arrived during the Air Jordan 5’s first major retro movement as several colorways were presented to Jordan fanatics as part of a “LS” (or Lifestyle) tier of releases. The Olives were particularly popular at the time given its close proximity to the Undefeated Air Jordan 4, which to this day remains as one of the greatest collaborations in sneaker history.

The upcoming 2024 Air Jordan 5 “Olive” features the same textured suede uppers and orange interior lining to capture that “Flight Jacket” aesthetic championed by Undefeated, although these have no official connection to the boutique.

A release isn’t scheduled until March 9th, 2024, so stay tuned for further updates, unboxings, and potential release date changes as we close out 2023. Full family sizes are confirmed to drop.

In other Air Jordan news, check out the official images of Air Jordan 2 “Black Cement”.


UPDATE (08/28/2023):
New images have been updated (via @knowing_kicks).
UPDATE (07/12/2023):
The Air Jordan 5 "Olive" is expected to return on March 9th, 2024.

Air Jordan 5 "Olive"

SKU: DD0587-308
RELEASE DATE: Mar 9, 2024

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