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Jordan 13



A shoe made famous by Michael Jordan, the Air Jordan 13 was first release in 1998. At that time the shoe retailed for $150, featuring the iconic hologram, reflective black mesh or leather upper, and a suede wrapped mid-sole.

Air Jordan 13 “He Got Game” 1997 & 2013 Comparison

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The Air Jordan 13 ?He Got Game? returns to shelves this weekend, but how do the new retros compare to the vintage originals? We pulled out a pair of OG

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From OGs to Retros: 13 Air Jordan 13s Showcased on Sneakerpedia

Sneakerpedia Air Jordan 13

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This Saturday, the Air Jordan 13 runs through the retro cycle once again. While the ?He Got Game? colorway is certainly one of the most popular, it?s far from the

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Air Jordan 13 GS Cool Grey/Fusion Pink-White

Air Jordan 13 GS Cool Grey Fusion Pink White

Cool grey and pink pop up on a kids colorway of the Air Jordan 13. This GS makeup rocks the reserved neutral tone on the upper, with bright pink gracing

#XX8DaysOfFlight: Unboxing the OG Air Jordan 13 Low “Chutney”

Air Jordan 13 Low Chutney

Casual colorways weren?t always as an effortless crossover on performance basketball shoes. Baring a below ankle build and devoid of signature attributes that made the midtop iconic, the Air Jordan

Air Jordan 13 “He Got Game” Release Date

Air Jordan 13 "He Got Game"

Worn famously by Michael Jordan and Denzel Washington, the Air Jordan 13 ?He Got Game? is set to receive the retro treatment once again. Originally launched in 1997, this colorway

Air Jordan 13 Black/Red to Release at Finish Line

Air-Jordan-13-BRED

Air Jordan 13 Black/Red to Release at Finish Line

Bring ‘em Back: Air Jordan 13 “Neutral Grey”

Bring em Back Air Jordan 13 Neutral Grey

2004′s “Bred” 13 release was sandwiched between a variety of new takes on the Air Jordan 13. While the “Wheat” take was risky for some, the “Neutral Grey” colorway lived

Cop or Drop?: Air Jordan 13 Black/Red

Air Jordan 13 Black/Red

Cop or Drop?