And finally, there is the http://nike.com/jumpman23/#/history/air-jordan-05?idx=4″ target=”_blank”>Air Jordan V “Fear,” which again propagates the emotion pro basketball players go through when a championship title is on the line. Unlike the http://freshnessmag.com/2013/06/28/air-jordan-iii-fear-preview/” target=”_blank”>Air Jordan III and http://freshnessmag.com/2013/06/28/air-jordan-iv-fear-preview” target=”_blank”>IV, the color scheme on the AJ5 is quite distinguishable. Rather than a hue in-between olive, black, and grey, the Air Jordan V “Fear” features an deep olive drab with some semblances to the 2006 Air Jordan V “Army Olive-Orange” edition. Accentuated with slight hint of speckles on the midsole, this time in red instead of white, the Air Jordan V “Fear”, along with the rest of the “Fear” Pack, will be launch later on this year. Details on availability and release date to come soon.
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