Jordan Brand gives us yet another beautiful colorway of its World War II-inspired sneaker, the Air Jordan 5. Called the Air Jordan 5 Tan Tongue (for obvious reasons), this new design is bound to turn heads. For the most part, this sneaker features a monochrome upper, having been covered almost completely in Dark Olive, somewhat reminiscent of the Air Jordan 5 “Army Olive” and “Fear” releases. This pair, however, uses a much darker tone, and is contrasted only by a tan tongue, which strays away from the traditional 3M material that we’ve seen on most Air Jordan V colorways. Additional detailed include the use matching of leather laces, as well as that icy clear sole that we’re accustomed to.
Not very much is known about the Air Jordan Tan Tongue’s release at the moment, but expect this sneaker to hit stores sometime in early 2017. Check back for an update in the near future, along with more detailed photos. Do you think you’ll pick up the Air Jordan V Tan Tongue when it releases?