The Air Jordan 13 Retro “Cement Grey” shoes are set to launch on Saturday, November 15.
The shoes will be available starting at 8 a.m. EST, with a limit of one pair per customer.
The shoes cost $185 per pair, according to Nike.
“The newest colorway of the Air Jordan 13 Retro should be familiar to Jordan aficionados. Sampled up back in 1998, the Cement Grey toe piece is paired with a white quilted leather upper and red suede for a striking look,” the company said.
Sneaker Files says that the sole of the shoes “is one of the most unique soles ever released in the Jordan line.”
“If you get a chance to look at the sole of them you will see a huge resemblance with a panthers paw. By the heel of the Air Jordan 13 was a circle hologram. If you look close you will see the number 23, a basketball, and the Jumpman logo. A downfall of the hologram is they can get fogged up over time. Also over time the soles that are white will bleed (happens just about every time on the Original Air Jordan XIII).”
The shoes will be available in full family sizing–Air Jordan 13 Retro GS (3.5Y – 7Y) $130; Air Jordan 13 Retro PS (10.5c – 3Y) $80; and Air Jordan 13 Retro TD (2c-10c) $60, Nike said.
People aren’t sure about the shoes.
“Nothing special about these at all,” said one potential customer.
“With the Holidays coming the J budget is Extra tight. This CW aint makin the cut. Not with Doernbechers, Infrared 6’s, 11’s, and a (Better lookin) pair of 13s all in 30 days or so. Cant get em all,” said another.
“Not bad at all, however I find the tongue a little too long. I am on the the fence on this 13, but can’t wait for the black infrared in December,” said another.
“I was on the fence but I might just cop these joints,” said yet another.