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One of the biggest releases that never made their way stateside last year, was the Air Jordan 5 “Backout”. Featuring a suede Yellow upper with 3M Metallic tongue and clear accents on the sole and netting, with cement print in Black and Yellow. The Air Jordan Tokyo 23 highlights the Shibuya Ward of Japan with the unique “23” symbol.

When they first were spotted, they were rumored to hit stateside accounts but after they stayed an limited Japan release the value sky rocketed. How many of you were able to get your hands on these Air Jordan 5 Tokyo 23? Would you love to have JB bring them back with an official US release? How long would you camp out to get your hands on a pair?

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