In the release of Air Jordan 5 Retro SE “Oregon Ducks”, the release of college inspiration is certainly nothing new, but if the past signs are nothing, most of them are players and coaches dedicated to their respective teams. However, with the Air Jordan 5 officially debuting in the iconic colors of the Oregon Ducks, the fall of 2020 may mark more accessible returns for these products. As part of the 30th anniversary of the silhouette, the upper structure of premium suede is dyed in shades of green. The yellow breath makes the relevant tone of the midsole more smooth, while the tongue has a dark reflective finish and a matching Jumpman logo.
This Nike SB Dunk Low “Green Bear” was sold exclusively as a player in the past, and it will be released to the public without the school logo. The upper of this sneaker is composed of green nubuck leather, and the black tongue is in sharp contrast with the gray middle panel. Some parts of the tongue and midsole have the school's iconic yellow. Contrary to the colors of Oregon, the midsole is expected to be black, all on the icy blue outsole. Like all Air Jordan 5 models, this sneaker will have a lace buckle and Jordan Brand label on the heel.
This 2020 Cheap Jordans will use a theme similar to the 2013 PE, which uses Apple Green, Yellow Strike and Black. Green will be used throughout, and yellow and black accents will be used. The 2020 heel will not have the Ducks logo, and the tongue will not have an "O" shape. However, the heel will have the same patch as the "Michigan" version featuring Jumpman and Team Jordan. Other details include a "lift" on the inside of the tongue and a translucent outsole.
Both Sneaker Files and zSneakerheadz report that the upcoming New Jordan 2020 may be discontinued sometime in the fall of 2020. The retro version is expected to use the same scheme as the player-exclusive version previously assigned to the college basketball team, but like the aforementioned "Michigan" color scheme, there is no official school logo printed on the tongue and heel. Please note that the picture above shows the PE version of this pair of shoes, because early understanding of the rumored version has not yet surfaced.