Every year, Jordan Brand travels overseas to France to host its annual QUAI54 streetball tournament in Paris. And it’s tradition that the Jumpman family releases a collection of celebratory footwear to coincide with the event, and the newest iteration to be unveiled is the Air Jordan 5 “Quai 54” that’s dressed with a white, black and red motif.
Like its previously uncovered Air Jordan 35 Low capsule sibling, this impending take merges together both African and Parisian design cues. African textile patterns are called upon to outfit the insoles, interior lining and the shoes laces while City of Lights-friendly elements are found by way of the QUAI54 basketball insignia that’s tucked underneath its translucent mid-foot netting. Most of the kicks’ leather upper build is styled with white finishes, and “University Red” accents pop out atop the tongues and eye stays. Black notes are present across the silhouette’s heel molds and signature midsole spikes, and further hits of red arrive on the outsoles to string together its heritage-inspired look.
No details have surfaced just yet in regards to its official release day, but it’s likely that these will drop in the coming weeks as the tournament is usually held in late June.
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