It looks like the upcoming "International Flight" colorway isn't the only trip across the pond in store for the Air Jordan 5.

Adding to the international-themed retro releases is a new style inspired by French football club Paris Saint-Germain. This stealthy colorway, which is reminiscent of the OG "Black/Metallic" Air Jordan 5, takes its all-black blocking from The Parisians' alternate uniforms and contains a number of references to the team throughout. 

Similar to the aforementioned "International Flight" makeup, this style features a graphic underneath its side panel netting, which reads "Paris" with a Jumpman logo replacing the letter "a" on this pair. The number 75 is embroidered near the back—a possible reference to zip codes used throughout the city of Paris—while a co-branded badge appears at the heel.  

As a longtime sponsor of the club, Nike has released a number of Paris Saint-Germain-inspired sneakers throughout the years, but this will be the first time the team has received an Air Jordan retro.

This "Paris Saint-Germain" Air Jordan 5 does not currently have a release date, but readers can expect more details soon.

UPDATE (07/19): While a release date remains unknown, more details are surfacing for the "Paris Saint-Germain" Air Jordan 5s. Officially dubbed the Air Jordan 5 Retro BCFC, this pair will retail for $225 according to @soleheatonfeet. Check back soon for the latest on a release date.

UPDATE (8/24): Official images of the Air Jordan 5 Premium "PSG" have leaked. Check out below for a detailed look at the sneaker and check back for more information regarding official release date and retail price. 

UPDATE (8/25):  According to Foot Locker Europe, the Air Jordan 5 Premium "PSG" will release on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018, for $225. Stay tuned for updates on a U.S. release. 

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