Rumors have been circulating all over the Internet for quite some time that eventually Jordanheads, including 23isBack, will be able to cop the Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull” once again. The rumor mill has started churning such rumors once again, and perhaps the year of the return of the “Raging Bull” colorway of the Air Jordan 5 has finally arrived. It is likely that one of the 2015 Jordan release dates will be marking the comeback of the Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull.”
Originally back in 2009, the Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull” had made its retail debut when the Toro Bravo Pack had been released. However, unlike its initial release, this tremendously popular new jordans will be hitting the shelves in GS sizes as well, which is something that did not happen before. This means that not only men, but even women and children will be able to cop these kicks.
For Jordan Brand and their loyal followers, including 23 is Back readers, 2015 is going to be a prolific year since it is the 30th anniversary of the very first Air Jordan sneaker and the 23rd anniversary of the Air Jordan VI model. Moreover, this is also a big year for many Air Jordan retros since their remastered iterations, which will be identical to the original kicks, will be hitting the shelves.
Just like the original pair, a 3M reflective tongue and black finishes on top of an eye-catching varsity red suede base and clear mesh will be featured by this sneaker. The upper rests upon black midsole with a heel that has the Nike Air unit and on the middle of the sole there are the trademark Air Jordan 5 shark teeth. The back of the sneaker and the grey tongue also feature black Jordan branding stitched onto them.
Many 23isBack readers may have even grabbed a pair of this Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull” when it was originally released. However, it is likely that many ladies and kids do not own these kicks currently. Fortunately, the comeback of this sneaker is arriving on of the future Jordan release dates 2015, and this time just about any sneakerhead will be able to get their hands on these kicks.