WearTesters is reader-supported. When you make purchases using links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Why trust us?

Air Jordan 13 Retro ‘Cement Grey’ – Release Information

Air Jordan 13 Retro 'Cement Grey' - Release Information-4

The return of the ‘Grey Toe’ 13’s is upon us.

The ‘Cement Grey’ colorway of the Air Jordan 13 is one of the more underrated version of the 1997 classic. Using a grey toe box and tongue, the white leather and red midsole/heel make for an extremely clean colorway that the Jumpman himself could have wore in a Bulls uniform. This release should create a lot of hype, so make sure you are on your A game, because copping the ‘Cement Grey’ 13’s won’t be easy.

The Air Jordan 13 Retro ‘Cement Grey’ along side some matching apparel and accessories is set for a Saturday, November 15th – 8AM EST release at Nike.com and Jordan Brand accounts.

Air Jordan 13 Retro 'Cement Grey' - Release Information-8

Air Jordan 13 Retro 'Cement Grey' - Release Information-3

Air Jordan 13 Retro 'Cement Grey' - Release Information-7

Air Jordan 13 Retro 'Cement Grey' - Release Information-6

Air Jordan 13 Retro 'Cement Grey' - Release Information-5

Air Jordan 13 Retro 'Cement Grey' - Release Information-2

Air Jordan 13 Retro 'Cement Grey' - Release Information-1

Via Nike

  1. I really want these but I’m sick of working so hard trying to give Jordan my money only to end up ultimately F’d in the A and shoeless.

    Hype = a very sad me.

    And unlike many of the hypebeasts I actually want these to ball in.

  2. I don’t understand why Jordan Brand doesn’t try to make their retro models exactly the same as they were the og versions? The model is totally different from the og “Grey Toes” so the title “Cement Grey” is more correct because it’s a new colourway.

    1. Actually, the true OG “Grey Toes” were an overseas exclusive from 1998. That original pair featured the less maroon hue, and a grey suede tongue. The pair you are referring to is the 2005 release, which differed from the true original “Grey Toe” XIIIs. The only real difference between the 2014 release and the 1998 release is that only half of the midsole is red suede (the rest is painted). The reason for this change is to help prevent color bleeding like we saw on both the 1998 and 2005 releases.

  3. This comment is nonsense, there was no 1998 overseas release. The only pairs of these from 1997 that exist are some samples mostly the standard us size 9 and some gs samples. The rest of the world got the same Chicago 13s as the US. These were a sample that appeared in SLAM! (Either kicks or the Jordan special) and a few other publications and that was it. They were planned as the white and red release for the season then between the publication of the pictures and the actual release they changed to the Chicago colourway we all know today. This false narrative they released needs to die. They didn’t. How would they even felt half the misdsole? Which half? Top half or bottom half? Left or right? The samples were felted and suffered bleed. Which is likely why they changed them to what we got.

Add a Comment

Related Posts