October 5, 2010 BY John Kim / 0
Rocking heat on the basketball court is easy to do, but on the baseball diamond, it gets kinda tricky. Sure, Jordan has released Jordan Retro Cleats in the past but variety is typically limited to just a few pairs. One Jordan-head took matters into his own hands by creating a custom pair of Air Jordan XIII Cleats, using the Air Jordan XIII Low Black/Varsity Maize as the base and using the spikes from the Nike Huarache 90 LWP Molded Cleat. The determined hands behind this custom seamlessly connected the upper of the Jordan XIII with the cleated bottom to create a one-of-a-kind pair of baseball-ready kicks. Let’s just hope his batting is better than Jordan’s was. Take a look at more images of this unique custom job after the jump and thanks to Slugger B for the photos!