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The Air Jordan 13 is Now a Cleat

The Air Jordan 13 is the latest classic Air Jordan model to be turned into a cleat.

We’ve seen a lot of our beloved Air Jordans become cleats, from the Air Jordan 3 to the Air Jordan 11. We’ve even seen models turned into golf spikes. Some consider this blasphemous, but Michael Jordan’s greatness bled off the court and into other sports as well. Many aspire to be the next Michael Jordan of something.

This Air Jordan 13 cleat sports the classic grey toe look with its synthetic suede being replaced with a metallic synthetic that will hold up better on the field (or on the baseball diamond). It doesn’t look like any tech was implemented into the cleat itself other than the molded spikes.

The Air Jordan 13 cleat retails for $100 and it is available now at Eastbay.com.

It’ll be interesting to see if anyone tries to sole swap this cleat, although we may need to see more colorways launch before that happens since we’ve seen the grey toe Air Jordan 13 retro within the past few years.





Images courtesy of Eastbay

1 comment
  1. I’m glad they only retail it for $100. Obviously there’s not much tech that goes into baseball and football cleats but some of the”soccer” cleats are priced over$250.. and they don’t even have the cushioning tech like basketball shoes.

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