Air Jordan 13 “Bred” 2013
All Air Jordan sneakerheads are commonly familiar with the evergreen “Bred” colorway. This colorway is such a classic, due to it being the primary colors of Michael Jordan’s legendary stint with the Chicago Bulls. The Black and Red colorway made its 2013 debut on the Air Jordan 13 “Bred”. This kick was released earlier this year on January 12th for $170. The early year release of the Air Jordan 13 “Bred” made for dynamic contrast to the hectic release of the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” a few weeks before.
The “Bred” 13s feature a black mesh upper. As characteristic of all 13s, these have the mesh paneling on the side, leather on the toe, and suede along the midsole. With the “Bred” 13s, the suede material is varsity red.
Another iconic detail of the 13s is the holographic ‘panther’s eye’ on the side. On the “Bred” the eye is enveloped in varsity red suede. The outsole represents a panther paw print outlined with black with red and white in the inner parts. The Air Jordan 8s also features a Nike Zoom Air unit in the high traction outsole. There is also carbon fiber plating within the midsole contributing to swift performance on the court.
This is the third time the Air Jordan 13 “Breds” were released since their debut in 1998. They differ slightly from the OG version, but not enough to leave fans wanting more. Did you take the opportunity to cop these classics or did you decided to skip?