Take a First Look at the Air Jordan 5 "Bluebird"

A women’s exclusive.

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Set to arrive during the upcoming holiday season, we now have a first look at the Air Jordan 5 “Bluebird.”

The women’s exclusive dresses Michael Jordan‘s fifth signature sneaker model dressed in a mix of “Photo Blue/Football Grey/Metallic Silver/White.” The expresses a tonal look with a premium nubuck upper accented by matching TPU elements and lacing setup. The design of the shoe is continued with satin sockliners and Air-assisted midsoles paired with icy translucent rubber outsoles.

Reportedly priced at $190 USD, the women’s exclusive Air Jordan 5 “Bluebird” is expected to release October 7.

 

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