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Highsnobiety aims to provide our readers with the latest updates in the sneaker world. However, we cannot verify the reliability of any unauthorized leaks or rumors unless this information is provided directly by the brands themselves.

Virgil Abloh‘s partnership with Nike is still going strong, with many sneakerheads hotly awaiting the reported trio of Off-White™ x Nike Dunk Lows. Some, though, are already looking ahead to 2020, when Abloh and the Swoosh are rumored to be releasing a Off-White™ x Nike Air Jordan 5.

After receiving an initial look at the rumored collaboration, we now have more detailed leaked images, which you can check out above.

Abloh’s take on the kicks features a synthetic ripstop upper with a fully-reflective silver tongue and circular windows around the mid panel and ankle collar.  The material on the upper looks similar to the Hyperfuse material Nike used on its basketball silhouettes in the early to mid 2010s.

The silhouette celebrates its 30th anniversary next year and, according to Sneaker News, Jordan Brand will plan the release of the Off-White™ Air Jordan 5 around February’s NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago.

Any official confirmation, should it come, is still some ways away so stay tuned for any updates.

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Words by Sarah Osei
Staff Writer