I want to have what you want here Air Jordan 13 After a two-year break, Jordan Brand brought Air Jordan 13 back with “Bred” and “Squadron Blue” editions. The Squads took the “Flint” colorway in a new direction with matching blue suede and leather, and trimmed in bright yellow. Though not an instant sellout on February 9, 2013 when they dropped, they soon disappeared to the secondary market where decent sizes can still be found.
Often overlooked, Air Jordan 13 Low “Brave Blue” has been a cult favorite since it first appeared in 1998.Air Jordan 13 “DMP” A little brother of sorts to the Air Jordan 13 “Flint,” this low features blue mesh panels, black leather and suede, and hits of Carolina blue. This is the very first ever retro of the colorway, and you can check for your Nike.com Early Access now right here.
Long requested, Air Jordan 13 Low “Chutney” will see retail shelves on June 10, 2017 – the first ever retro release of this 1998 lifestyle colorway.2017 Air Jordan 13 “DMP” Along with its similarly scarce OG sibling Air Jordan 13 Low “Brave Blue,” the Chutney 13 Low recaptures Jordan Brand’s late ’90s style with an uncommon mix of color. Wheat nubuck combines with black leather and suede, as well as matching accents, for everyday wear. The shade helped inspire additional colorways like Air Jordan 16 “Ginger” in 2001 and Air Jordan 20 “East” in 2005. Official photos of Air Jordan 13 Low “Chutney” below.
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2017 Air Jordan 13 “DMP” White/Metallic Gold-Black-Varsity Red All Colorways
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