Jordan Brand is going back into the vault for 2017.
Among the already announced releases for next year, such as the "Motorsports" and "Pure" Air Jordan 4 Retro, Air Jordan 6 and 8 Retros, there will also be a good amount of Air Jordan 13s dropping the first half of the year.
We know about a couple of high-top pairs dropping, such as the original "Home" white, red and black pair along with a new "Black Cat" edition. But today, there's greater news for fans of Michael Jordans thirteenth silhouette.
The Air Jordan 13 Retro Low will be returning during the second quarter of 2017. Three colorways are confirmed to drop, including a "Pure" edition similar in looks to 2005s white and metallic silver release.
But the best part of all is that not just one, but BOTH original Air Jordan XIII Lows from 1998 will be making their long-awaited comebacks as well. Being retroed for the first time are the "Chutney" and "Navy" editions.
Both pairs will come remastered and should look as close to the originals as retros of today do. The only major difference known so far is that Jordan Brand has changed the colorway description for the "Navy" pair to "Brave Blue."
The good news is that all three pairs will be general releases available in full-family sizing from men to toddler. However, like this years Air Jordan 11 Retro Low releases, the "Chutney" colorway of the Air Jordan 13 Retro Low will only come in men and gradeschool sizing.
While exact dates have yet to be announced we do know the months each colorway will come out in, respectively. Once the exact dates are confirmed, we will let you know. No images are available at this time, but here's a few from prior releases to give you an idea.
Brave Blue/Metallic Silver-Black-University Blue-White
White/Metallic Silver-Pure Platinum