Air Jordan XIII “Bred” Retro – Available Early on eBay
If you still need a dose of “Bred”, don’t forget about this March 2013 release of the Air Jordan XIII! This original colorway from ’98 is indeed another pair of Jordans that has adopted the ‘Bred’ nickname over the years (for those unsure about what ‘Bred’ is, it’s just a shortened versino of ‘Black and Red’). Based on these photos, it’s clear that the upper will not be dotted with reflective stitching (much like 2010′s Air Jordan XIII ‘Flint’), but that doesn’t stand to change a thing! Stay tuned for more updates on this anticipated release, or cop a pair of the Air Jordan XIII ‘Bred’ right now from itspocketchange on eBay.
Air Jordan XIII
Please, to everyone about blah blah pass cuz quality sucks or any other uneducated comment and how u personally don't want the sneaker FOH , stfu NO ONE CARES
You can never go wrong with picking up any bred retro. The original 13s are a model that I remember coming out back when I was in 5th grade. Even back in the 90s Jordan's were very expensive however unlike recent times, you didn't need to get in line or raffles to get a pair. So even months after they released of saving up my allowance I was still able to go into footlocker and buy a pair like any other shoe!
U dudes are asses its was $10 more back in 2010 when the 13's last dropped. Again this is another retro so something has to change and seperate itself fro the others. Look at the grape 5s, the first 2 had a black lace lock now the 2013's have a red one. The OG and first grape is different, one nike air the other jumpman symbol. At the end of the day you fools gone be in line or in raffles
Other sources say these release in January; which is a little more believable since they've already arrived to stores.
pass on these. No 3M but being charged 10 dollors more.? nah you guys can have em, I'm good with my 04s.
@inTheNameofQuen I think release date is January 12th bro... he got games might b pushed back til march now
@SneakerGenisus I'm good with my '98s :)
wtf you serious man