When the Jordan Brand posted a photo of Michael Jordan (shot by Terry Richardson) wearing a Jordan and Supreme branded t-shirt on their Instagram, fans went crazy. Rumors surrounding a Supreme Air Jordan 5 were true. Dropped in October of 2015 in three colorways — White, Black, and Desert Camo — the sneaker was the first and only brand collaboration for the Air Jordan 5 line. Released alongside a small capsule collection of clothing, the sneaker features Supreme branding across the netting and the number ‘94’ on the heel representing the year Supreme was founded.
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