September 19, 2011 BY John Kim / 6
We don’t see Air Jordans on the NFL field too often, and why they do, they’re often altered to be more sport-specific, and likely for league uniform regulations, the Jordan Brand logos are removed! If you saw our recent Air Jordan NFL Feet sightings on Mike Williams and Kevin Vickerson, you would’ve noticed that both their PE’s lacked any Jordan Brand insignia, and the same goes for this Fall 2004 PE Turf shoe made for Ahman Green of the Green Bay Packers. Green’s 2003-2004 campaign was one of the best Running Back stat-lines in history, as he racked up 1,800+ yards and racked up 20 TDs, leading the Packers to an NFC North title. These Air Jordan XIII Turf PEs feature a Nike Football outsole with the familiar Air Jordan XIII upper, although you’ll see no branding on the tongue or on the flap label typically located at the base of the lace placket. Continue reading for more images of this Air Jordan XIII PE courtesy of DaClosetCollector, and stick with Sneaker News for more NFL Feet coverage for this 2011 NFL Season!
a jordan 13 with a nike swoosh! where's the jumpman on the tongue? n hologram on the side. can you really call this a jordan with those key pieces missing? but iight looking
...this is how you morph one type of design into another (sneaker to cleat).Good job JORDAN BRAND.Maybe you can transfer some of this CREATIVITY over to your new designs,cause most of them are ATTROCIOUS.