When people think of the 1990s, they remember very vibrant colors and geometric patterns that were placed on everything from clothes to styrofoam cups. Culturally, it was a much different time and it led to some pretty dope shoes. The sneaker that kicked off the 1990s was none other than the Air Jordan 5 which was known for its peculiar 3M tongue and shark teeth on the midsole. At first, there were three popular OG colorways including "Black Metallic," "Fire Red," and "Grape." To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the silhouette, Jumpman has come through with the Air Jordan 5 "Top 3" which combines all of these models.

The official images for this model are finally here and you can see how the upper is constructed with black nubuck materials while the tongue is purple and teal. The midsole also has some red highlights which are the perfect way to pay homage to the "Fire Red" offering.

If you are hoping to cop these, you will be able to scoop them up as of June 13th for $200 USD. Let us know in the comments below what you think and whether or not you plan on copping.

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Air Jordan 5 Retro 'Top 3' CZ1786-001 Lateral
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Air Jordan 5 Retro 'Top 3' CZ1786-001 Top
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Air Jordan 5 Retro 'Top 3' CZ1786-001 Heel
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Air Jordan 5 Retro 'Top 3' CZ1786-001 Outsole
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