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Air Jordan 5 V

The original Air Jordan 5 (V) was released in Feb. 1990, and again, it was designed by Hatfield. Some elements were the same from the Air Jordan IV, but the Air Jordan 5s most distinctive feature is arguably its reflective tongue. There was also another innovation: clear rubber soles. The soles gave the shoe a whole new and unique look, but it yellowed over time when exposed to moisture. To combat this problem, collectors stored the shoes in a cool, dry place with a desiccant at the soles, most commonly silica packs.
  During  the May 2009, Air Jordan released an "DMP II" consisting of two Air Jordan V's. In March, there has been recent picture leaks of this product, which is also referred as "The Raging Bull" Package. The most of the leaked pictures are of the first Jordan V color way which consist of a composition of buttery varsity red suede on the upper. Paired alongside the eye-catching color is black on the midsole, lace area, tongue and a crystal-clean sole and the classic 3M material tongue. The 2nd color way features a 3M material base with black laces and midsole. The retail price was $310 at that time.