Brand: Jordan Brand x Paris Saint-Germain

Model: Air Jordan 5 “Paris”

Key Features: Black suede upper with grey, white, and translucent blue detailing on top of a black and white midsole featuring Air technology. An embroidered “75” and Jumpman-embellished club crest add additional flair on the heel.

Release Date: TBC

Price: TBC

Buy: TBC

Editor’s Notes: Fresh from winning France’s Ligue 1 title for the fifth time in six seasons, French soccer giant Paris Saint-Germain looks set to get its own Air Jordan colorway. Thanks to Instagram user @pinoe77, we previously got a first look at the rumored collaboration and now Jordan Brand has released official images.

The Air Jordan 5 “Paris” features an embroidered red, white, and blue “75” — a nod to Paris’ zip code — while a multi-colored stripe runs down the back of the heel, mirroring the design of PSG’s home jersey. In addition, a co-branded club crest featuring the Jumpman is embroidered on the heel. The inside of the tongue also features the club’s motto: “Ici c’est Paris.”

Neymar Jr., PSG’s star attacker and the most expensive soccer player in history, is famously a Nike athlete and has collaborated with Jordan Brand on his own Air Jordan in the past.

There has been no official news on when or if these sneakers will drop, so until then, flip through the images above and leave your thoughts in the comments.

Next, check out 10 times Neymar proved he is soccer’s biggest sneakerhead here.

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