When you think about the Air Jordan 13, you probably think of Michael Jordan's last season with the Chicago Bulls. Overall, this was his sneaker of choice during that season. Although he hoisted the Larry O'Brien trophy in Air Jordan 14s, the Jordan 13 remained a reminder of that final season. Throughout that year, he showed off some amazing colorways. The "Bred" and "Flint" models certainly stand out as some of the best from that time. Even now, those offerings still get some retros.
Subsequently, we have seen some amazing new colorways of these kicks over the years. Sneakerheads who love the Air Jordan 13 have certainly been well-fed. That said, 2023 is proving to be a great year for this silhouette. Moreover, it appears as though this will be true in 2024 as well. We have seen a plethora of great Jumpman teasers as of late. From the Air Jordan 1 to the Air Jordan 4 to the Air Jordan 6, there have been some unique offerings to hit the internet. Now, however, we have a "Yellow Ochre" version of the Air Jordan 13.
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"Yellow Ochre" Air Jordan 13
The Photoshop rendering above comes courtesy of sneakerfiles.com and @zsneakerheadz on Instagram. Firstly, this sneaker is going to be covered in white leather. From the toe box to the mudguard to the upper, we get a heavy dosage of white. Secondly, the midsole is mustard yellow with some black speckles. Finally, the outsole here is black, which makes for a great final look. Overall, this is just a very solid addition to the Air Jordan 13 library.
Just like all of the other models we have reported on today, this Air Jordan 13 is being pegged for a release in the Spring of 2024. However, Jumpman has yet to officially confirm this information. Despite that, we expect some in-hand images in just a few months from now. Let us know what you think of this sneaker, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news and updates from around the sneaker world. We will be sure to bring you the biggest releases from the biggest brands.
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