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Jordan’s first colorway on top of his beloved 13th signature sneaker sounds pretty win-win from the gate if you ask us, but fans of the game know that this one runs a little deeper than that. Originally released in 1998, the Air Jordan 13 “Bred” was predominately worn by Mike during the playoff season that took him (and his Chicago Bulls) to his sixth and final NBA championship, and has gone on to be a true fan favorite ever since. Flash forward to 2017, Jordan Brand is finally rereleasing this retro classic in full family sizing so your whole crew can relive some serious MJ magic. Featured here in grade school sizing.
• Premium leather and 3M ballistic mesh paneling through upper.
• Air-Sole units in heel and forefoot for lightweight cushioning.
• Rubber outsole with herringbone and paw-shaped patterns for traction and durability.
• Classic “Bred” colorway.
Farwell to the GOAT! The Air Jordan 13 was the last AJ Michael Jordan would lace up as a member of the Chicago Bulls. Released in the 1997-98 season and designed once again by legend Tinker Hatfield, the AJ 13 is regarded as the best designed Air Jordan. Tinker took inspiration from Jordan’s nickname “Black Cat” to create the look for the Air Jordan 13, the outsole was made to resemble the paws of a panther and is the first and only Air Jordan to feature a hologram. While wearing the Air Jordan 13, MJ broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s NBA record by scoring double-digits in 788 consecutive games. He also led the Bulls to the franchise’s sixth NBA Title and won himself his sixth Finals MVP. Being produced in China rather than Taiwan, the AJ 13 fell victim to a plethora of fakes. The Air Jordan 13 was first retroed in 2004-05.