Update: February is upon us and the release of the Air Jordan 5 “Lucky Green” is nearly here. Landing at the end of this month’s lineup, the white and green pair has now been officially unveiled in its entirety by Nike. Enjoy a complete visual breakdown of the shoe above and review our previous coverage for more info as this pair is expected to launch on February 28 via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a price of $200 USD.
Update: It’s been several months since we first got a look at 2024’s Air Jordan 5 “Lucky Green.” Now, the shoe has been included as part of Jordan Brand’s Spring 2024 Retro Collection, with it receiving an official preview. Its primarily-white upper is joined by green and black detailing with this “Celtics”-like finish. Release remains anticipated for February 28 of next year via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a price of $200 USD.
Original Story: With August almost wrapped up, a majority of Jordan Brand’s plans for the rest of the year have been revealed. As a result, news regarding 2024’s releases has started to trickle in. While it’ll be time for the Air Jordan 4 to celebrate its 35th anniversary, the Air Jordan 5 is poised to make noise with both a previously-highlighted “Olive” look and a new “Lucky Green” iteration.
Looking closer at the latter, an early preview of the kicks sees its white leather upper joined by black and green detailing. This includes the AJ5’s “23” hit at the lateral heel, a green Jumpman logo at the tongue and a black one at the heel, green lining and a multi-colored midsole. Supporting the sneaker, an icy translucent outsole wraps up this initial breakdown.
As of now, Nike has yet to share any details regarding the Air Jordan 5 “Lucky Green.” Look for it to pop up in Jordan Brand’s first preview of 2024 as it’s currently expected to land on shelves on February 28 via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a price of $200 USD.
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