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Air Jordan 5 V Quai 54 Retro Summer 2021 Release Date

For the past 10 years, Jordan Brand has celebrated annual Parisian streetball tournament Quai 54 with a special Air Jordan retro release, none more coveted than 2011’s Air Jordan 5. A decade later, the brand is revisiting the model for this year’s event.

The 2021 “Quai 54” Air Jordan 5 carries a more traditional aesthetic, bearing a Bulls-like palette of white, black, and red. A pattern adorns the laces and lining, while the official Quai logo appears beneath the mesh quarters and on the heel patch. Keeping the shoe in line with the model’s heritage is the use of 3M reflective material on the tongue.

A release date hasn’t been announced for the “Quai 54” Jordan 5, but we’ll keep you posted as new details are revealed.

UPDATE (07/02): Jordan Brand has officially unveiled this year’s “Quai 54” collection, and it includes new colorways of the Air Jordan 5, the Air Jordan 1 Low, and the Air Jordan 35. According to the brand, this year’s designs are inspired by traditional West African fabric patterns. In addition to the shoes, the capsule also features matching hoodies, t-shirts, jackets and shorts.

The latest Air Jordan “Quai 54” collection will be released on July 8 at the Paris House of Innovation store before it hits Nike.com on July 10.

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Air Jordan 'Quai 54' 2021 Collection
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Air Jordan 5 V Quai 54 2021 Release Date Pair
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Air Jordan 5 V Quai 54 2021 Release Date Profile
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Air Jordan 5 V Quai 54 2021 Release Date Top
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Air Jordan 5 V Quai 54 2021 Release Date Heel Detail
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Air Jordan 5 V Quai 54 2021 Release Date Tongue 3M
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