This is the fifth installment of the Jordan numbering series released in 1990. The design concept was inspired by the P-51 fighter jet, commonly known as the Mustang Fireplane, which was active during World War II, by Tinker Hatfield, a famous NIKE designer, to incorporate Jordan's agility and agility into the shoe. The design. Following the explosive success of its predecessor, the Jordan 4, NIKE also got serious about the release of the Jordan 5, with Jordan Freak's Spike Lee directing the commercial. The catchphrase "Is it the shoes?" became very popular among young people and became a social phenomenon.
This time, celebrating its 30th anniversary, [FIRE RED], which has been reprinted in 1999, 2008, and 2013, is being reprinted for the fourth time in the OG specification. The large tongue of the shoe is made of reflective material. A pair of shoes that are famous for being worn by the character "Kaede Rukawa" who appears in the classic basketball manga "Slam Dunk".
*Please note that NIKE's sustainable line products do not include wrapping paper or padding paper to wrap the shoes due to the manufacturer's environmental conservation concerns.