Air Jordan V "Fire Red"

Year (of Sneaker): 1990 

The Jordan V took only a few elements from the first four Jordans and that’s how Tinker Hatfield wanted it. He was inspired by the World War II Mustang fighter plane, which is most evident when it comes to the "teeth" on the front of the midsole. Hatfield thought of Jordan’s game to be one of the same with how an airplane strikes: "Floating around the edges of the game and coming out of nowhere to attack.” Walter's game wasn't exactly that, getting ate up by Sidney on the way to the hole, but daps and pounds nonetheless for hooping in one of the greatest sneakers of all time.