Jordan 5 Lace Sizing

All shoelace size details are below, for any further help; please contact us.

Jordan 5 blue
Jordan 5 gold
Jordan 5 fire red

About the Jordan 5 Laces

The Nike Air Jordan 5 comes in 2 variations. The Jordan 5 “High” and “Low”, fortunately the shoelace size for these two variations are the same. See below for the shoelace size for these Jordan 5 sneakers.

The size of the Air Jordan 5 Shoelace depends on how you want to lace them! Do you want them “Tied at the Top“? Or do you want them to “Hang“? We’ve labelled the size needed for these 2 styles below! (Please note, a higher shoelace size can perform both styles of tying the shoelace if needed!)

AIR JORDAN 5 VARIATIONS

SHOELACE SIZE NEEDED

Jordan 5 “High” Shoelace Size

AND

Jordan 5 “Low” Shoelace Size

59″ (150cm) To Tie Them

54″ (140cm) To Hang Them

Air Jordan 5 Shoelaces Type

See below for the type of shoelaces which are required for the Nike Air Jordan 5.

AIR JORDAN 5 SHOELACES

SPECIFICATIONS

Sneaker

Nike Air Jordan 5

Lace Type Needed

Flat Leather Shoelaces

Or Flat Waxed Shoelaces

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Popular Air Jordan 5 Colorways

Air Jordan 5 Bronze Colorway

Nike Air Jordan 5 “Bronze”

Released: September 24th 2016

Air Jordan 5 Space Jam Colorway

Nike Air Jordan 5 “Space Jam”

Released: June 6th 2015

Air Jordan 5 Gold Colorway

Nike Air Jordan 5 “Metallic Gold”

Released: August 20th 2016

Air Jordan 5 Camo Colorway

Nike Air Jordan 5 “Camo”

Released: September 2nd 2017

Where to Buy Nike Air Jordan 5 Shoelaces

You can buy all Nike Air Jordan 5 Laces from our website right now! Our laces were made to fit all sneakers out there, including the Nike Air Jordan series considering the range is one of the top selling sneaker ranges in history.

The Air Jordan IV was an iconic shoe to basketball lovers in many ways. He hit a sizzling 92 3-pointers in these sneakers and they were the first Jordan’s of the 90s.

This time around, Tinker Hartfield took his inspiration from the aggressive and iconic looks of the World War II era fighter planes that were painted to look like sharks. The design was spot on and was first released in February 1990.

The Air Jordan 5 was first available in four original colorways but given its immense success, Nike would later release more colorways. Today, it’s hard to keep tabs on the number of colorways the Jordan 5 comes in.

The most notable feature on the Jordan V was the see through, clear rubber sole. The sneaker also feature locked laces which would feature in other Jordan sneakers down the line as well as an asymmetrical collar for additional ankle support. 

The Jordan 5 was remastered and re-released in 2000 with a variety of new colorways. It came back in 2015 with a whole new set of fans and colorways. However, the original colorways have not been released and for sneakerheads, it’s something worth waiting for.

history of the nike air jordan series (coming soon)