The sneaker, which is reminiscent of the Ray Allen PE in “White/Clover,” combines white leather and bright green suede on its upper. The leather is supple and lightly tumbled, punched with the AJ13’s signature circular pattern all over. For the suede, Jordan Brand has opted for a very smooth material that wraps around the lower segments of both sides of the shoe and around the back.
A white leather toe box and tongue is contrasted by elements such as bright green embroidered Jumpman logo on the tongue, a Jordan tag on the vamp, and a black outsole which highlights the encapsulated Zoom Air unit in the forefoot and heel. Rounding out the pair is the AJ13’s signature round bubble that sits near the collar of the shoe.
There’s no word on a release date or official pricing as of yet, but expect the Air Jordan 13 in white and green to release sometime this year on Nike’s website and at select retailers.
In other news, the Air Jordan 1 Hi ‘85 in “Neutral Grey” is rumored to return.