Air Jordan XIII (13) Retro – ‘Playoffs’ – Confirmed for Spring 2011

June 25, 2010 BY

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Much hooray and hoopla followed the confirmation of the Air Jordan XIII (13) Flint, and we expect the same (if not more) for the Black/True Red-White colorway. Expected to release in January 2011, the Black/True Red-White colorway of the Air Jordan XIII (13) is most recognized as the shoe Michael Jordan wore during the 1998 NBA Playoffs as well as the 1998 NBA All-Star Game. This colorway was also the same used for an Player Exclusive Air Jordan XIII Low. The 1997-98 season was Michael’s last with the Bulls, and during that momentous season, Jordan broke out not only Low and Mid versions of the Air Jordan XIII, but also the milestone Last Shot Air Jordan XIV as well as a pair of the Original Air Jordan 1 for his final game at Madison Square Garden (but of course he returned years later). If 2010 was a big year for the Air Jordan Retro, 2011 is definitely going to start off hot. Is the Air Jordan XIII ‘Playoffs’ a must-have for you?

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