Air Jordan "Black Cat" Official Images Emerge

New look, new name, same history.

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Earlier in the week, we shared news of what was known as the Air Jordan 13 “Tinker.” Today, official shots emerge of the newly- named model — the Air Jordan “Black Cat.” The upcoming rendition is inspired by the original release from 1997 and boasts the notable “Bred” color scheme. The design’s ankle entry is cut lower than the original Air Jordan 13 and adds a strap across its midfoot with “23” branding. In addition, you’ll find an added tab to complement the heel’s returning hologram logo. Jordan Brand adds more flair to the mix with glow-in-the-dark accents to the paw-inspired outsole.

The Air Jordan “Black Cat” is set to arrive on August 2 at select Jordan Brand retailers. Jumpman enthusiasts can also browse shots of the Air Jordan 11 Low IE in “Ghost Green.”

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