Air Jordan 13
Since partnering with Nike, Michael Jordan has been following the tradition of releasing a new model of sneakers every season. This model of Air Jordan 13 represents the swiftness and precision of MJ.
Released in 1997, the Air Jordan 13 was designed by Tinker Hatfield. This model was inspired by Michael Jordan's nickname "Black Cat" due to his skill, strike, and excellent results in sport. Jordan and the Chicago Bulls took another victory in the NBA games, and Michael earned his sixth NBA title.
On the shoe, you can see the resemblance of a panther. There is a cat's eye jewel at the heel, and at the sole, there is a symbol of a paw. The Air Jordan 13 also has Air Zoom cushioning aimed to improve athletic results and a carbon fiber plate. The colorway of the Air Jordan 13 is white, true red, and black. As always, the manufacturer used the best materials, so every Air Jordan lasts a very long time.
In 2004, the first retro colorway collection was released in a total of 12 different pairs of sneakers for both men and women. The second retro edition included six more colorways. Some of the previously released Air Jordan 13 models were redesigned with added details and later put on the market. Some of the iconic colorways are "Altitude Green," "Grey Toe," "Flint," and "Aurora Green." Air Jordan 13 shoes are constantly upgraded with new materials, designs, and colors for men and women of all ages.
For one of his last games, Jordan wore Air Jordan 13 sneakers that haven't been released yet for sale. However, the color pattern is very close to red and white, and the design is similar to the existing models.