The Original Air Jordan 13 Low Lineup Scheduled to Retro This Summer

The Air Jordan 13 Low has it’s two original low top colorways scheduled to Retro for the first time ever this coming Summer. You already know I’m excited.

I was just holding each of these shoes (in original form) in my hands a couple of days ago and while these Retro releases don’t really look as nice as those from a material standpoint, I’ve been waiting for these to Retro since 1998 so I won’t be complaining about a damn thing. At one time I did own the OG Chutney and they got mixed up in a batch of shoes I had gotten rid of so I’m in need of a replacement.

Not many were fans of the 13 Low, especially in these obscure colorways, but they were favorites of mine just because they were low top options. Something we as Jordan fans hadn’t gotten since the Air Jordan 11 Low I.E. as the Air Jordan 12 never was originally manufactured in low top form. They were missing the amazing hologram cat’s eye logo at the heel, but they replaced it with a really nice metal Jumpman logo so it was something a bit different that was still just as cool.

If you’re interested in grabbing either pair of the Air Jordan 13 Retro Low then you’ll be able to grab the ‘Brave Blue’ on April 8 while the ‘Chutney’ edition will release¬†in June — each retailing for $175.



  1. Going by these pics above the Tag behind the tongue says “Made in Taiwan” usally that means were getting BETTER materials rather than the “Made in China” retro materials garbage weve been getting in the past.
    OGs were made in Taiwan back in 1998 to believe?

    1. way way back before that. and it’s true for the most part although sometimes it’s not perfect and they have their duds but not as bad as the Made in China ones. in fairness to china based products, they did significantly improved. the only issues that I found annoying is the downgrade in materials but again that has nothing to do with CHINA solely unless Nike pretty much approved of it.

  2. Looking at that toebox shot of the Chutney’s and wondering why they can’t put a proper toebox on the VII’s.

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