A Closer Look at the Air Jordan 13 Low "Chutney"

The classic colorway is coming back soon.

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For the first time in nearly twenty years, Jordan Brand will re-release the Air Jordan 13 Low “Chutney.” The OG Air Jordan colorway first surfaced in 1998. It combines wheat nubuck and black leather on the upper and sole. The Jumpman emblem appears on the tongue and insole, plus there is a gold one along the upper portion of the heel, marking a slight alteration from the original release — the 1998 version had a stitched white Jumpman on its heel. Later models, such as the Air Jordan 16 “Ginger” and the Air Jordan 20 “East” were inspired by the Air Jordan 13 “Chutney.”

Look for these OG Air Jordans to hit retailers on June 10.

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