Air Jordan 5
The Air Jordan 5 hit shelves in 1990. It maintained the mesh side panels with its predecessor and took another bold step with its look—it included the first appearance of a translucent sole on a Jordan signature sneaker. Tinker Hatfield drew inspiration from World War II era fighter planes when he implemented the infamous “shark-teeth” look into the sneaker's design along the midsole. The AJ5 was first brought back in 2000, with great retro colorways arriving including the 'Dunk on Mars', 'Aqua' and 'UNC' releases.