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Air Jordan 5 NRG ‘Grape’ Releasing in September

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The Air Jordan 5 ‘Grape Ice’ will be a new release from Jordan Brand that is expected to resemble the classic ‘Grape’ release and will release during Fall 2018.

This Air Jordan 5 comes dressed in a White, Grape Ice, Black and New Emerald color combination which will have a similar look and feel as the iconic ‘Grape’ Air Jordan 5. Although images have yet to leak, they are expected to also have a predominate White upper with accents of Grape Ice, Black and New Emerald. Finishing the look is a translucent outsole.

Air Jordan 5 NRG Grape Ice Release Date

The Air Jordan 5 NRG Grape Ice will release at select Jordan Brand retailers on September 25th. Retail price will be $190. Once we have more information we will make sure to update you.

Air Jordan 5 NRG
Color: White/Grape Ice-Black-New Emerald
Release Date: September 25, 2018
Style Number: AV3919-135
Price: $190

Update: The Air Jordan 5 NRG ‘Grape’ which was first expected to release in July will now debut on September 25th, 2018 and is inspired by the Fresh Prince. Utilizing the original ‘Grape’ color scheme, it will feature Nike Air branding, ‘West Philadelphia’ just believe the tongue, comes without laces and the eyelets are sealed off and Fresh Prince inspired insoles.

Air Jordan 5 NRG Fresh Prince Grape Release Date

Air Jordan 5 NRG Fresh Prince Grape Release Date

Air Jordan 5 NRG Fresh Prince Grape Release Date

Air Jordan 5 NRG Fresh Prince Grape Release Date

Air Jordan 5 NRG Fresh Prince Grape Release Date

Air Jordan 5 NRG Fresh Prince Grape Release Date

Air Jordan 5 NRG Fresh Prince Grape Release Date

Air Jordan 5 NRG Fresh Prince Grape Release Date

Air Jordan 5 NRG Fresh Prince Grape Release Date

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Note: Image used is a photoshop of what the ‘Grape Ice’ Air Jordan 5 could look like.

Air Jordan 5 NRG Grape Ice 2018

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Brian Betschart
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