Official Images of the Air Jordan 13 "Brave Blue"

Essentially a mid-cut variation of the original Air Jordan 13 Low from ‘98.

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Spring is finally starting to settle in, and as the weather starts to warm up, Jordan Brand is ramping up the production for its retro lineage with a stream of new colorways. One makeup that is expected to arrive shortly is the Air Jordan 13 “Brave Blue” which has just been unveiled by way of official imagery.

1998 was the year that the original Air Jordan 13 Low launched, and one of the silhouette’s original colorways was a “Brave Blue” variant. The 2022 iteration pictured above is essentially a mid-cut version of that as it follows the same color palette. Pockmarked base layers are drenched in a navy hue, and come mated with solid black tongues, laces and mudguards, while the traditional holographic badges on the lateral heels are filled in with their usual green tint. A tiny dose of “University Blue” accents through the Jumpman logos on the tongues, while doses of white show face on the segmented midsoles.

Currently, the Air Jordan 13 “Brave Blue” is expected to arrive on April 30, but Jordan Brand hasn’t confirmed this yet. Peep a closer look at the pair above and note that the retail price will be $200 USD. If you’re looking to cop a pair now, GOAT has them available now.

In other news, the Air Jordan 7 SE “Sapphire” has been revealed.

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