Jordan Brand continues to surprise us with more and more leaks of sneakers set to release for this year and 2021. Now it appears the Air Jordan 5 “Tokyo” may be set to Retro before years end. 

Originally released back in 2011, this Air Jordan 5 was originally released to celebrate the Jordan Tokyo 23 store in Japan. The sneaker was kept limited and only released in Japan in 2011, so now may be the time for a Retro release for all the other sneakerheads around the world. The Air Jordan 5 has also been popular this Summer with multiple colorways already released and set to release, this AJ5 may be the highlight of the year.

Dressed in Varsity Maize, Anthracite, Wolf Grey, and Black, the upper is equipped with yellow nubuck. Black and White accents contrast the design while Metallic Silver paints the tongue for that OG feel. A white, yellow, and black midsole begin to finish off the design while a translucent outsole and a special “23” Shibuya Ward-inspired is stamped on the ankles.

AIR JORDAN 5 RETRO “TOKYO” 2020 RELEASE INFORMATION

A release date has not been announced as the release as not become official news just yet and is still just a rumor for now. Would you like to see a retro release this year? Feel Free to let us know. Check out the 2011 edition below and make sure to stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for updates on this release and more of the latest sneaker news.

Air Jordan 5 Retro “What The”
Color: Varsity Maize/Court Purple-Ghost Green-Solar Orange
Style Code: CZ5725-700
Release Date: November 7, 2020
Price: $220

UPDATE 2: According to SHOF, the What The Air Jordan 5 will be releasing November 7th. Check out new on foot and detailed looks below and stay tuned for release links and more.

UPDATE: Following a first look at what seemed to be a 2020 Tokyo retro, it now appears the color scheme will be part of a “What The” rendition that will include details from the Tokyo, Shanghai, Raging Bulls, Bel-Air, Laser AJ5 colorways & more. As always stay tuned for further updates and additional looks as we get them.