Air Jordan Retro 13s Everyone Wants

Air Jordan 13 sneakers are often some of the most underrated sneakers, where demand for them will suddenly spike to an all-time high.

History of the Air Jordan 13s The Air Jordan 13 range first debute in 1997 as part of Michael Jordan's "farewell tour", marking the end of the "OG" era and the sneakers that the NBA player actually wore on the court.

The design of the sneakers is heavily inspired by MJ's old nickname, "Black Cat", as can be seen with the dotted upper made to emulate whisker pores, the paw-shaped outsole and the cat's eye hologram showing the Jumpman branding.

AJ 13 Retro "Doernbecher"

11-year-old John Charles, a patient at Doernbecher Children's Hospital designed these epic sneakers on his journey battling Crohn's Disease.


These sneakers feature a ton of unique details, like "Crohn's" on each outsole to symbolize stomping out the disease, 7 pills representing the medication Charles has to take to manage his illness, and much more.

These sneakers were famously featured in the 1998 film of the same name, and feature a classic black and white colourway with red accents on the tongue label and outsole rim.

AJ 13 Retro "He Got Game"


These sneakers were originally released in 2005, and were so popular they were re-released in 2014. They feature a variety of textile finishes and colours.

Air Jordan 13 "Grey Toe"


Possibly the most refreshing pair of Air Jordan 13 sneakers that exist, these sneakers were worn by Ray Allen when he set the all-time record for 3-pointers made wearing Player Exclusive AJ13s.

Air Jordan 13 "Ray Allen" PE


Air Jordan 13 "Playoffs"

Its a bit of a no-brainer where these sneakers got their name from, but they were worn by MJ himself during the 1998 NBA Playoffs. Nate Robinson was also famously known for rocking these sneakers.


These sneakers replaced the usual tumbled leather or suede upper with a woven nylon that gave it a completely new look.

Air Jordan 13 "Flint"


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