Carmelo’s Air Jordan 13 ‘Class of 2002’ Will Not Release in Some Sizes

The Air Jordan 13 ‘Class of 2002’ in men’s and toddler sizes has been recalled due to a cosmetic flaw, according to Jordan Brand.

Originally scheduled to release this weekend on September 15 in a full range of sizes for the family, Carmelo Anthony’s Air Jordan 13 ‘Class of 2002’ will not drop as initially scheduled.

“Regrettably, there is a minor cosmetic flaw with the Men’s Air Jordan XIII and Toddler Air Jordan XIII Retro Class of 2002 and we have decided to remove the product,” a Jordan Brand spokesperson told WearTesters. “The quality of our products and the satisfaction of our consumers are of the utmost importance to Jordan Brand. We want to ensure that our products meet our own high standards.”

The Grade School and Pre-School sizes of the Air Jordan 13 ‘Class of 2002’ will still release tomorrow morning. You can learn more about the shoe by checking out Nightwing2303’s review below.

 

7 Comments

  1. “The quality of our products and the satisfaction of our consumers are of the utmost importance to Jordan Brand. We want to ensure that our products meet our own high standards.”…yeah sure, that’s why they keep removing tech on some team and signature retros or give us crappy materials instead of doing something Protro-like that really meet todays (not only theirs) performance and quality standards, specially with those high price tags.

  2. I’m very disappointed in the professionalism of the team of workers and release personnel of Jordans product. Citizens of the world look forward to the top quality of Jordan’s shoes! When a production company release a date on a product it should be honored and with great confidence be available to all groups . Toddlers through men sizes! This has cause many inconveniences for all including myself as to getting off at 5am to sleeping just a couple of hours. Something should be awarded to consumers for the inconvenience.

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