Just a week ago, Jordan Brand released its latest offering from the Bin 23 Collection in the form of the Air Jordan 9. Surprisingly, many of you expressed your eagerness in attempting to obtain this sneaker when it released on June 4th. However, if you were not able to get your hands on the Air Jordan 9, you can now look forward to the next Air Jordan Bin 23 offering, namely this Air Jordan 13 Retro.
At a first glance, this Air Jordan 13 may look very similar; this particular Air Jordan 13 colorway was actually a canceled sample back in 2005. Nevertheless, it possesses a some very interesting, distinctive attributes much like the preceding Bin 23 offerings including the aforementioned Air Jordan 9 and the Air Jordan 2 Premio. In detail, this Air Jordan 13 features a predominately suede-like material throughout the upper. This is something we have never seen on this model as every other Air Jordan 13 possesses 3M, mesh-like construction. Additionally, two different colors, including a burgundy-like shade and a tan-like tint, appear on the base, while white hints appear in the form of the sole, tongue and toe area. However, the most intriguing feature on this sneaker is the placement of the stamp. It is centered on the tongue as opposed to being stamped on the lateral side of the shoe.
Stay tuned for more information regarding this sneaker. What are your preliminary thoughts regarding the Air Jordan 13 Retro “Bin 23”?
Source: Hoops China