Some hugely popular Air Jordan models in the past have featured the colorway of Jordan’s alma mater, the North Carolina Tarheels. One model that received a lot of attention was the Air Jordan 5 (V) “Carolina” edition. This Jordan 2010 model in Carolina blue and black is the fourth colorway we’ve seen of this sneaker. The signature red and black model was the first colorway, while the D-Wade model followed in black and white, and another model in black white and gray was the first one that had photos leak. While different material applications have been employed, this Carolina model has a patent leather toe, a la the popular http://freshnessmag.com/2009/12/23/air-jordan-xi-space-jam-pack-available-now-major-dc/”>Air Jordan XI (11) “Space Jam” edition. Be on the lookout for more information on these kicks, and if you can’t wait for a widespread release, get yours now at http://marqueesole.com/php/client/product.php?id=268″>marqueesole.