Jordans2017.com Unveils Air Jordan 5 Cement 2017 Collection

To honor the beginning of flight inspiration on Jordans 2017, the Air Jordan 5 adopts the iconic Cement colorway from its predecessor. Mirroring the Air Jordan 4, this all new Air Jordan 5 colorway features classic Cement splatter paired with White, Black and Red details. The Air Jordan 5 "White/Cement" features a white leather upper and white netting on the sides and tongue, which is very simliar to the Air Jordan 4. Cement accents are found on the midsole and top eyelets, while a black and red tongue add bold color. A traditional icy translucent midsole completes the sneaker.
Cheap Jordans 2017, Had the styling of the "Cement" Air Jordan 4 been carried over to the Air Jordan 5, this is the shoe that would have released in 1990. The Air Jordan 5 White Cement really looks a lot like the Air Jordan 5 Fire Red (Black Tongue). It comes in a classic color scheme consisting of White, Black, Red and of course the brand new Cement Grey accents. A White leather upper is accompanied by the Black (3M) tongue and the Red Jumpman hits on the tongue and heel. What really sets this colorway apart from the Fire Red 5 pair is the midsole and upper eyelets that come covered in Cement print. Completing the look is the icy translucent outsole you see below.
The New Jordans 2018 is getting a fresh makeover this summer with the announcement of a "Cement" colorway. The sneaker is made of white leather and mesh panels that weave over and across each other throughout the body of the shoe with laces to match. There are a few hits of color throughout the sneaker, with a dark blue out sole along the bottom and red highlights along the lining of the tongue and on the lace locks. Featuring a White leather upper with an Air Jordan 4-inspired Cement print on the upper eyelets and midsole. White leather and mesh panels set the tone for the inspired look, which also features hits of red and black. The color description suggests the cement background is silver, rather than the usual grey—consistent with the metallic element of the Jordan 5's history.

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