Another Air Jordan 13 “Oregon” PE Emerges To Honor Matthew Knight


Date & time Apr 27 '18
Event ends Apr 28 '22
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New Jordans 2019 is taking the famed “Olive” colorway that originated in 1994 and placing it on a silhouette other than the Air Jordan 9. This weekend, the Air Jordan 13 dons the aforementioned colorway dipped in suede, sporting a primarily black color scheme on its upper with olive on its mudguard and heel while red dressed up the Jordan Branding. Suede comes as a bit of a surprise as it is not often-used on this silhouette, usually opting for a combination of leather and other synthetic textiles.It’s been 20 years since the Air Jordan 13 “He Got Game” originally released, and Jordan Brand plans on paying homage to the shoe first made famous in Spike Lee’s “He Got Game” by Denzel Washington with a re-release as the classic colorway enters its third decade of life. Set to drop this August, the “He Got Game” 13 features a white tumbled leather upper with accents provided by a black tumbled leather toebox, tongue, and throat. Black suede arrives on the lateral and medial side of the shoe, as well as the heel collar and midsole, and the outsole features a classic red/white/black design. The shoe’s instantly recognizable look is rounded off by the Jordan 13’s classic multi-layered 3D hologram bubble. Expect these redone classics to drop August 25th for $190 USD, and for more Jordan release info, check out the Jordan Release Dates page.
Best Jordans 2018 into the world as a solo retro for the first time is the Air Jordan 18 dressed in a “Hyper Royal” color scheme that sports primarily white with metallic silver hardware. As a rare nod to MJ’s Wizards days, the 18 was the last signature sneaker that Jordan laced up in his storied career. Its shroud that houses this models laces is undoubtedly one of the most unique design elements on any Jumpman legacy model. Matching the colorway of the 18, is the Air Jordan 13 in a color scheme that is equally made of primarily white white blue detailing. While this pair is being made available to the public for the first time, it initially debuted as a friends and family colorway, remixing one of the OG 13 colorways by swapping out red with the Hyper Royal you see below. Mark you calendars for January 22nd and March 3rd, when the Air Jordan 18 and Air Jordan 13 “Hyper Royal” arrive on shelves.It is being reported that a “Tinker” iteration of the Air Jordan 13 will be releasing later in this year. The Air Jordan 13 Tinker is the latest model added to the Air Jordan Tinker series which is essentially a version of the model based off an original sketch created by Tinker Hatfield.An Air Jordan 13 Hyper Royal is expected to drop next year for Jordan Brand’s 2018 lineup and this pair is reportedly going to resemble Quentin Richardson’s PE sneaker.
Jordan Shoes 2017 will be featuring a white leather upper with royal blue suede accents on the midsole and heel section while a black rubber sole completes the look altogether.Jordan Brand’s next Air Jordan 13 selection is nearly here, in a “Hyper Royal” color scheme. Serving as a rare nod to MJ’s later days with the Washington Wizards, the Jumpman ushers in Hyper Royal – a hue that is rarely used throughout MJ’s signature line. Similar to the OG colorway of the Air Jordan 18 that released at the end of January, this selection boasts primarily white with that vibrant blue as its accent. Jordan and Nike keep the Air Jordan 13 “Oregon” PEs coming with a second iteration this month alone. In honor of Nike founder Phil Knight’s son – Matthew – “Matt” comes embroidered on the tongue of this offering underneath the customary Oregon “O”. Unlike the last pair that was dressed in green, this new look sports a simpler colorway that utilizes primarily grey with hints of yellow on the upper as well as the outsole. Sadly, this exclusive with be limited to members of the Oregon Ducks basketball team and friends and family of the program. Enjoy this up close look and check out the Ducks tomorrow night when they take in in-state rival Oregon State to see if any players wear these 13s on court.The Air Jordan 13 GS is dropping in a new colorway this year and it continues Jordan Brand’s City of Flight series with this black/metallic gold-white gum pair.

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