The Air Jordan 5 “Grape” originally debuted back in 1990. It was followed by the “Black Grape” in 2013, the “Pre-Grape” in 2015, and the most recent “Fresh Prince” version in 2018. For 2020, Jordan Brand will be releasing yet another take on the classic “Grape” color scheme.
It comes in mix of Grape Ice, Black, Clear, and New Emerald. Leaked photos have surfaced, but this Air Jordan 5 is expected to feature a Purple suede upper with Black and New Emerald accents atop an icy outsole. No word on if the release will include “Nike Air” heel tabs.
AIR JORDAN 5 ALTERNATE GRAPE ICE RELEASE DATE
Look for the Air Jordan 5 “Alternate Grape” to release on July 7th at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $190 USD.
Air Jordan 5 “Alternate Grape”
Color: Grape Ice/Black-Clear-New Emerald
Style Code: 136027-500
Release Date: July 7, 2020
UPDATE 6/10: Finish Line provides us with product photos of the “Alternate Grape” Air Jordan 5 that’s currently scheduled to release on July 7th.
UPDATE 6/1: Originally set to release on June 27th, the “Alternate Grape” Air Jordan 5s will now launch on July 7th.
UPDATE 3/22: Here’s a closer look at the “Alternate Grape” Air Jordan 5 via hanzuying.
UPDATE: Detailed and on-feet photos via repgod888 of the “Alternate Grape” Air Jordan 5.
UPDATE: First look via chickenwop of the “Alternate Grape” Air Jordan 5 that’s set to release on June 27th.
UPDATE 10/4: According to DJ Folk, the “Alternate Grape” Air Jordan 5 is now expected to release on June 27th, 2020.
UPDATE: Expected to release in April 2020, here is an update via zsneakerheadz on what the “Alternate Grape” Air Jordan 5 will look like. It’s a bit different from the first mockup.
UPDATE: Here is a mockup by @houseofheat of what to expect from the upcoming “Grape Ice” Air Jordan 5 that will be releasing this April 2020. It’s basically a flipped version of the “Black Grape” release featuring a Purple nubuck upper with New Emerald accents and Black detailing atop an icy outsole. It has yet to be confirmed if the release will include “Nike Air” heel tabs.
Source: SHOF / DJ Folk