There are a couple of big drops this weekend, but none bigger than this. The Air Jordan 5 Black/Metallic Silver release date is scheduled for tomorrow, August 20th, at Jordan accounts nationwide. The shoe is a pretty close approximation of the OG, with the classic black nubuck upper and silver accents, but has some minor alterations as well, such as the “23″ added to the heel. Hit the jump for a couple more looks, and expect these to sell (quickly) for $150.The Air Jordan 5 Black/Metallic Silver release date is set for this Saturday, August 20th, so here’s one more look at the Supra Kids Shoes classic colorway before the retail madness begins. As you’re probably aware, the shoe sports a black nubuck upper, contrasted by silver on the tongue and midsole and the occasional red accents. Hit the jump to check out a few more looks, and expect these at retailers like extrabutterny.com on Saturday.With the success of the Air Jordan 2011 Q Flight, a reworked AJ2011 that emphasizes quickness, it seemed like a no-brainer that another version, perhaps targeted at stability and protection, would be on the way. And that’s exactly what’s happening, in the form of the Air Jordan 2011 A Flight. The shoe sports Flywire through the upper, the first Air Jordan to do so, and patent leather Supra Muska overlays, as well as a mid cut. The sole unit is essentially unchanged from the Air Jordan 2011, a positive being that that shoe’s comfort is outstanding. Hit the jump for plenty of looks, and stick with NB for a firm release date. The Air Jordan 2011 iD is now available for $205, the first Air Jordan to hit NIKEiD.com. Plenty of options are available for the shoe, including patent or synthetic leather for its signature mudguard and a translucent-or -solid outsole. Hit the jump for plenty of looks at actual photos of finished Air Jordan 2011 iD’s, and click here to see the rest of the shoes that are coming soon to NIKEiD.One more drop to keep you on top of Supra Women Shoes because, even though there are no super-classic OG Jordans hitting tomorrow, it’s a pretty decent day for that brand. Joining the Air Jordan 2.0 “Wolf Grey” on shelves tomorrow, August 13th, will be the Air Jordan 11 Low IE White/Black. In addition to being a hell of a shoe, it’s a perfect lead-in to the upcoming Air Jordan 11 “Concord,” set to hit stores in Holiday. In the meantime, look for this Air Jordan 11 Low IE White/Black at Jordan accounts for $120. Tomorrow is Saturday, so you just know there must be some heat on its way. And you’re right! The Air Jordan 2.0 Wolf Grey/Black-White-Metallic Gold releases tomorrow, August 13th, the latest colorway of the Max Air-infused Air Jordan 2. Click here for a couple more looks and info; the shoe retails for $160 even. Carbon fiber has struck the Air Jordan 1 Phat yet again, and it looks just as good (probably better) as it did on the white pair and the black pair. The Air Jordan 1 Phat Cool Grey/Imperial Blue-White goes for cool grey carbon fiber on the Supra Vaider overlays, against clean perforated leather on the side panel, toebox and collar, with contrasting white on the midsole and blue on the accents. Set to hit stores next month, hit the jump for more looks.Last time Dave White got his hands on the Air Jordan 1 it was an unequivocal hit, in spite (or thanks to) it’s extremely limited circulation. This time around the circulation isn’t expected to be as low, but the looks are just as good. The new Dave White x Air Jordan 1 – WINGS for the Future forgoes a Swoosh along the side—first AJ1 to ever do so?—mixing White’s signature broad brushstrokes and wild painting over the now -smooth side panel, and even mixing in a little elephant print for Supra Thunder effect. We’ll definitely be on top of this shoe, so stick with NB for information as it comes. As usual, the shoe’ s proceeds will benefit the not-for-profit WINGS for the Future initiative.