Official Images Of The PSG x Air Jordan 5 Low

Jordan Brand’s flourishing partnership with football club Paris-Saint Germain is ready to introduce the latest collection later this Fall, all centered around this upcoming Air Jordan 5 Low.

First look images of this upcoming collaboration, revealed by @solebyjc, reveals the color palette that will be utilized for this Fall 2022 Jordan PSG collection. We can confirm that the official colorway is Pumice/Game Royal/Black/Plum/Eclipse/Bright Crimson; this set of colors appears consistent with the crude images we see here. While the shoes appear standard in terms of construction, we do see a new “Paname” treatment via the tri-color flap that sits right by the translucent netting. The lacelocks also appear to colored in Bright Crimson, while Game Royal is spotted on the Jumpman logo on the tongue.

Currently, a release date has been scheduled for July 16th, 2022. However, that release date is to be considered tentative as all release dates are constantly in flux.

Updated: New detailed images have surfaced revealing a red wax stamp on the heel and the Jordan PSG logo through the translucent outsole.

A release date is expected on September 3rd, 2022.

Air Jordan 5 Low “PSG”Release Date: Sep 3rd, 2022 (Saturday)Color: Pumice/Game Royal/Black/Plum/Eclipse/Bright Crimson

Mens: $200Style Code: DX6325-204

Per: Sneakernews

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