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Air Jordan V – White/Black/Red 2013 Retro

Jordan Brand always has something great in preparation of the new school season, and with the Air Jordan V “Fire Red” releasing on August 31st, you can bet on a sea of fresh AJVs on feet during the first few weeks of school, Can’t blame ‘em, because this original Air Jordan colorway is looking as sweet as ever, with the “23″ stitched on the heel like the last Retro release and the overall shape and silhouette of the shoe being a close replica of the original. These are a definite highlight of the massive back-to-school shopping season, so let us know if these are a must-have for you after you flip through the gallery below. Thanks to Joe Venuto for the photos.Most of you are probably excited about tomorrow’s release of the Air Jordan V “Grape”, but another original colorway is headed our way – specifically the “Fire Red” colorway. Like the “Grape”, the Fire Red was re-released just once back in late 2006, but this time around, the Air Jordan V will cost you $25 more (these were priced at $135 at the time). We’ve got ’til the end of August until these release, but we figure these are high up the ranks in the “upcoming releases” category, so check out more of the Air Jordan V “Fire Red” below and stay tuned for more updates.
Only the fifth model in the Air Jordan Legacy has two colorways with the same moniker. That’s what happens when both white leather 1990 OGs are both set off by the Fire Red shade, and bookending the year that started with one pair comes this slightly more aggressive variation. This ‘Fire Red’ Air Jordan 5 will arrive in time for a new school year with ’23′ embroidery, unlike its predecessor and despite earlier indications to the contrary. Identical to the 2006 edition but with a bluer tint in the translucent sole, you can see more angles of this late August drop after the jump.Alright, so it looks like the 2013 version of the Air Jordan V “Fire Red” will have the 23 embroidery on the side after all. You’ll recall that the first catalog shots suggested otherwise, but this initial look at the retro confirms that Mike’s number does indeed show up on the heel area. Other than that the Air Jordan V “Fire Red” looks just like you’d imagine an Air Jordan V in the year 2013 to look, complete with the slightly blue icy sections on the bottom. Stay tuned after the jump for full images of the Air Jordan V “Fire Red”, which releases on August 31st, 2013.

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