New Jordans 2016, Introduced in 1998, the Air Jordan 13 Low Brave Blue makes its triumphant return after almost twenty years. Inspired by the Air Jordan 1 "Shattered Backboard," a shoe Michael Jordan wore during a 1985 exhibition game in Italy, this new version of the Air Jordan 1 is dressed in the original sail, starfish and black colorways of the sneaker, the only difference with this new version of the Air Jordan 1 dubbed the "Shattered Away" is the flip on the colorways of the shoe. Keeping the focus on the original "Shattered Backboard" AJ 1, Jordan Brand also unveils a new Air Jordan XXXI that finds inspiration from the original "Shattered Backboard" silhouette. Reflective of the original pair, the sneaker is defined by an official palette of brave blue, metallic silver and black — in particular, reflective brave blue mesh drapes the upper, while black nubuck and leather comprises the remainder.
For Women Jordans 2017, this Air Jordan 13 Low comes dressed in a Brave Blue, Metallic Silver and Black color scheme. Featuring a Black nubuck and leather constructed upper with a Brave Blue mesh and 3M reflective underlay. A Metallic Silver Jumpman on the upper ankle and White midsole finishes off the design. Not on the shelves since it originally released in 1998, the Air Jordan 13 Low in "Brave Blue" is finally back. Mostly overlooked or forgotten by most who aren't hardcore Air Jordan collectors, the 13 Low in black and blue with white a university blue accents is no doubt one of the silhouette's best looks, so it’s poised for a whole new set of fans both young and old when it returns.
New Air Jordan Shoes, Originally released in 1998, the Air Jordan 13 Low Brave Blue will be receiving its first retro rendition this year. Since his game-winning shot that brought championship glory to North Carolina, Michael Jordan has been at the forefront of basketball consciousness. He took the court in 1985 wearing the original Air Jordan I, simultaneously breaking league rules and his opponents' will while capturing the imagination of fans worldwide. Reflective of its OG counterpart, this 2017 version flaunts an official palette of brave blue, metallic silver and black — in particular, black nubuck and leather for its upper, while brave blue mesh covers the remainder with 3M reflective underlays, as well as its liner. From the very beginning, number 23's presence on the court invited comparisons to wildlife predators. This idea came to fruition in Tinker Hatfield's panther-inspired design of the Air Jordan XIII. Although its initial run consisted mostly of Chicago-inspired colorways, there were a few notable exceptions, including this off-court Air Jordan XIII Low colorway, which features a reflective mesh upper.