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Ah, the Air Jordan V. Arguably the one that sent the franchise stratospheric in the UK and the shoe that'll still cause nostalgia attacks, the fifth Jordan's fighter plane influenced jagged details and menacing stance, reflective tongue, lacelocks and gloriously non-symmetrical collar heights stay classic. Some of you might remember the 2000 retro sitting around for a short while (We're pouring out a little Red Bull for Brixton's Foot Locker branch right now) and you don't have to be an old schooler to remember picking a pair up in 2006 with a '23' on the heel being the cause of much excitement. Then loads of Vs seemed to drop with the numbers on and people stopped caring so much. But with a slew of Retro+ makeups dropping, you knew the black/silvers were on the horizon somewhere. For some, this was their first true footwear love — this colourway even made it to provincial towns at an ￡89 price tag that had your earmarked as a victim if they were fresh on your feet.
Durabuck creased and those transparent outsoles ended up yellow like ****holes. It's not that easy to obtain Sea Glow in the UK either. Run to your shoebox stack and you'll note that your 2000s are looking a little jaundiced and the 2006s might be taking on some unwanted vintage effects. Whatever Wiz says, black and yellow isn't always a good thing. As with the XIs, Jordan Brand's yellowing solution is to imbue them with a blue hue. The spectral look makes them look more like the vengeful spirits of neglected OG pairs left to rot in their boxes, but it still keeps the original appeal (though we prefer the soles a little more subdued) and keeps a point-of-difference between reissues. Half a decade doesn't seem like a lot, but it's enough time for a new generation to discover one of Tinker's very best designs.