First Look At The Air Jordan 13 “Navy”

First Look At The Air Jordan 13 “Navy”

Among the dozens of 2022 Air Jordan releases already confirmed, the Air Jordan 13 “Navy” is expected to arrive on April 2nd, 2022.

Clad in a mix a “Navy,” “University Blue,” “Black” and “White,” the upcoming sneakers completely borrow their color-blocking and palette from an original low-top version of Michael Jordan’s 13th signature model from 1998. Dimpled mesh panels along the profiles indulge in the pair’s titular color, while a mix of suede and leather underneath deviate in a much darker tone. Branding on the top of the tongue opt for a light and fan-favorite University of North Carolina-reminiacent blue, leaving remaining components to revel mostly in a tried and proven “Black” or “White” composition. As with past iterations of the Jordan 13, black panther-like “eyes” on the lateral heel and reflective mesh overlays reprise their traditional roles, further nodding to the 23-year-old Jordan 13 Low that inspired the forthcoming retro.

Enjoy a first-look at the shoes here below, and anticipate a Nike SNKRS launch on April 2nd, 2022.

For more from the NIKE, Inc. empire, check out the Nike Air Force 1‘s 40th anniversary plans.

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Air Jordan 13 Navy Black 2022 Release Info

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