Brand: Nike

Model: Air Jordan 5

Key Features: The "What The" Air Jordan 5 borrows elements from eight different colorways. Sporting a red and yellow mismatch design, the sneaker features graphic linings from the Air Jordan 5 “Bel-Air” and “Laser,” reflective tongues from the “Laser” and “Green Bean,” sole units from the “Bel-Air” and “Quai 54,” and a kanji character and medallion embroidery from the “Tokyo” and “Shanghai.”

Release Date: November 7

Price: $220

Buy: TBC

Editor’s Notes: This year has been a big one for the Air Jordan 5. While many are eagerly awaiting the release of Virgil Abloh's "Sail" Off-White™ pair, Nike is continuing the 30th anniversary celebration of the silhouette by giving it the "What The" treatment.

The "What The" Air Jordan 5 blends all your favorite colorways, including the “Tokyo,” “Shanghai,” “Raging Bull,” “Bel-Air,” “Laser,” “Green Bean,” “Army Olive,” and “Quai 54.” At first glance, you'll notice the sneaker features a red and yellow mismatch design, with numerous elements taken from the aforementioned eight Air Jordan 5 colorways.

Nike has yet to confirm release details for the new "What The" drop — although official images have surfaced — but reports are suggesting a launch will take place on November 7. As always, however, check back here for confirmation.

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