It looks as if the Jordan Super.Fly 5 has already landed at retailers overseas.
It’s hard to tell from this initial set of images, but it looks like the materials are a combination of Fuse, foam, and textile mesh. Some of the design portions look to be woven into the upper so maybe there is some Flyweave or performance woven mixed into the shoe as well. The most noticeable change comes from the tooling as the Flight Speed system is gone. Zoom Air is labeled at the forefoot which likely hints at zero cushion in the heel once again. Everything else you can pretty much see for yourself. Traction looks awesome, as does the anatomical shape the outsole features.
Get a first look at the upcoming Jordan Super.Fly 5 below and share your first thoughts with us in the comment section.