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Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 – Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

With a release only weeks away, we have a epic look at the Fire Red Air Jordan 5 2013.

Originally released in 1990, Jordan Brand first retro’d the Air Jordan 5 Fire Red in 2000. Both pairs featured the beloved Nike Air on the heel.

In 2006, the Fire Red Jordan V with 23 stitched on the side released, while in 2008 Jordan Brand coupled the same shoe with the Air Jordan 18.

The 2013 Fire Red 5 retro features a minimal blue tint translucent sole (lighter than the last batch of Jordan 5s), leather uppers and 3M is used on the tongue.

Mark your calendars for January 26th 2013. Retail price is set at $160. You can buy them now and skip the lines at KickSole.com.


Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Air Jordan 5 (V) Fire Red 2013 Epic Look

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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