Michael Jordan was at the peak of his powers during the 1989-90 NBA season, dropping a career-high 69 points against Cleveland and hitting 92 three-pointers throughout the year. Tinker Hatfield built a physical manifestation of Jordan’s dog-like fight with the Air Jordan 5, using the architecture of an American WWII fighter plane as his blueprint.
Three decades later, Jordan Brand have pursued a collaboration with Paris Saint Germain, a link up that encompasses all the fighting spirit of the Air Jordan 5 (Neymar and Mbappe both belong to PSG's roster).
The Air Jordan 5 x Paris Saint-Germain reps a PSG badge on the heel, ‘Paris’ text on the netting, and ‘75’ on the stitching (referring to Paris’ zip code).
The clean black and red build is available now online at JD Sports Australia.