The shoe features red and black tones, which look great on the olive green upper (depending on the lightning, it can look more brown), with a semitransparent outsole and a green-to-black gradient midsole below. This shoe was very popular, because this colorway were loved on a few other Jordan sneakers.
The original Air Jordan 5 was originally released in 1990 with Tinker Hatfield as a designer. First versions had “Nike Air” on the heel, but later versions had a Jumpman logo. Among new features, this shoe had a reflective tongue, lace locks and translucent rubber soles.