2021 Air Jordan 5 Stealth 2.0 Hyper Royal Releasing in Full Fam

  • Spring officially begins in less than a week, and the Air Jordan 5 “Stealth 2.0” (Hyper Royal) is a notable style to add to your sneaker rotation for the warm months. Sneakerheads2020 ,Like many of the general releases from that time, the Air Jordan 5 “Stealth” was left on shelves but has since established itself as a nostalgic fan-favorite Now it appears that it (or something very much like it) will be returning in 2021, a good 15 years after its first release.Michael Jordan’s fifth signature sneaker has seen the likes of the Air Jordan 5 Retro “Fire Red” as well as the Air Jordan 5 “Alternate Grape” among other colorways that tell the story of the silhouette.Essentially an evolution of the 2006 Air Jordan 5 “Stealth” overall, this 2021 twist sports an all-white genuine leather upper with the OG silver reflective tongue, followed by contrasting black accents on the midsole.The shoe is dressed in all-white as hints of silver land on the tongue and midsole.Finally, pops of blue on the lace toggle and sockliner round out the clean style.The colorway also featured an icy blue outsole, collar, and midsole accent.

    2020 Jordan Sneaker  offerings will include the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Electro Orange” and a full look preview of the forthcoming silhouette is unveiled.Sporting an official color scheme of White, Electro Orange, and Black, the design consists of a White leather base with Black overlays at the at the forefoot, eyestays, and Swoosh. The titular black toe remains, with an all-white base beneath paired with black pops at the Swoosh, laces, and liners. Collars are expected to arrive in metallic orange, with a flat version of the hue hitting the tongue branding and outsole.Exuding Shattered Backboard vibes, the model dons the popular black toe theme while white tumbled leather comprises its base.While there aren't any photos of the upcoming retro, the accompanying mock-up indicates a possible "Black Toe" make-up, somewhat consistent with the original, but with a white toe and true white side panels in place of sail.Finally, the highlight orange tone adorns the collar, rubber outsole, and branded tongue tags to cap off its overall theme.

    Since forming a partnership in 2016, Cadysneaker will be releasing their next collaborative work this week with the Kim Jones x Nike Air Max 95 “Total Orange” — a notable iteration of the timeless runner.this remixed iteration imbues the design with an innovative, utilitarian feel that recalls various eras of Max Air through carefully refined features.With anticipation surrounding the collab continuing to build, Nike has finally shared release details for Jones' two Air Max 95 colorways, which have been teased since June 2020. While it retains its signature aesthetic, the model is reimagined with a mini-Swoosh on the toe cap, a perforated upper inspired by the Air Max 360, and eyestays made of Nexkin—a translucent, stretch-woven material.The special-edition release eschews tradition by equipping the Air Max 95 with re-imagined elements, including a mini Swoosh on the toe cap, a perforated upper inspired by the Air Max 360 and eyestays made from Nexkin—a translucent, stretch-woven material.Other details consist of Kim Jones branding gracing the heel portion of its white leather mudguards, white midsoles with more orange accents for the Air Max unit, followed by enlarged Nike Air branding on its translucent outsoles to solidify the design. Speaking on the project, the designer said, “This latest capsule celebrates one of my favorite Nike shoes, the Air Max 95, by looking at the way it could be addressed with modern technology.”