The Nike Air Jordan 5 first graced the court in 1990, at a time when Michael Jordan was still yet to claim an NBA championship. The shoe, designed by long-time Jordan Brand collaborator Tinker Hatfield, was originally released via four colorways, getting its first retro at the start of the new Millenium.

Tinker drew inspiration from a World War II fighter plane for the shoe's design, taking note of a particular edition of the jet that featured shark-like teeth graphic work. You'll find that reference point on the midsole of Jordan 5 sneakers past and present.

Since 1990, we've been treated to a host of Jordan 5 drops, including a number of collabs with the likes of Supreme and more recently, Off-White™. While rumors of new Virgil-involved and Travis Scott collab editions continue to keep us up at night, there are still plenty of Air Jordan 5 sneakers available at resale to make the wait more bearable.

Scroll on to get your hands on coveted Nike Air Jordan 5 sneakers.

Off-White™ x Nike Air Jordan 5

Air Jordan 5 Retro

Air Jordan 5 Retro

$840

Off-White x Nike

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The aforementioned Off-White™ spin on the Jordan 5 dropped during All-Star Weekend earlier this month. First getting a glimpse of it at Paris Fashion Week, this piece takes on the deconstructed aesthetic oft-favored by Virgil Abloh.

Supreme x Nike Air Jordan 5

Air Jordan 5 Retro

Air Jordan 5 Retro

$529

Supreme x Nike

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An ultra-hyped sneaker, the Supreme take on the silhouette became an instant grail when it dropped back in 2015. One of three joint-effort colorways released, the desert camo edition is by far the most striking.

Air Jordan 5 "Laney"

Air Jordan 5 Retro

Air Jordan 5 Retro

$309

Nike

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The "Laney" colorway, one of the four originals, was inspired by the team colors of Michael Jordan's high school in Wilmington, North Carolina. It first saw its release in 2000 and was retro'd in 2013. An all-time classic.

Air Jordan 5 "Laney Varsity Royal"

Air Jordan 5 Retro

Air Jordan 5 Retro

$129

Nike

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Continuing the theme of the shoe above, the "Laney Varsity Royal" remixed the OG colorway with reflective silver tongues and a blue upper.

Air Jordan 5 BCFC “Paris Saint-Germain”

Air Jordan 5 Retro

Air Jordan 5 Retro

$285

Nike

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Marking the first time that Jordan Brand has collaborated with a soccer team, the PSG x Air Jordan 5 dropped in 2018. Combining the Jumpman branding with that of the French team, the collab project also saw PSG play in Jordan Brand jerseys.

Air Jordan 5 “Michigan”

Air Jordan 5 Retro SE

Air Jordan 5 Retro SE

$199

Nike

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The Michigan Wolverines are one of the top college basketball teams sponsored by Jordan Brand, and this sneaker, released in 2019, is an homage to the team.

Air Jordan 5 “Grape”

Air Jordan 5 Retro

Air Jordan 5 Retro

$250

Nike

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A true Jordan icon, the "Grape" is another one of the original four 1990 Air Jordan 5 colorways, and this version dropped in 2013. Might be a while before we see another one.

Air Jordan 5 “METALLIC”

Air Jordan 5 Retro OG

Air Jordan 5 Retro OG

$165

Nike

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Like the "Grape" this was also part of the OG 1990 lineup and received a retro release in 2016.

Air Jordan 5 “Satin Bred”

Air Jordan 5 Retro

Air Jordan 5 Retro

$175

Nike

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Putting a luxe spin on the "Bred" colorway that's intertwined with the brand and the Chicago Bulls, this sneaker is decked out in shiny black satin across its upper and features reflective tongues.

Air Jordan 5 "Cement"

Air Jordan 5 Retro

Air Jordan 5 Retro

$289

Nike

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Like the "Bred" colorway, "Cement" is an important part of Jordan history. Making its way to this Jordan 5 release that dropped in 2017, this piece also comes with a 3M-featuring tongue and icy blue outsole.

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