just dropped a big announcement of upcoming retro colorways for the Holiday '17 season, and perhaps the only big news among the lineup of many releases we already knew were coming is the unveil of the Air Jordan 13 "Wheat". Officially dubbed the "Golden Harvest" colorway by Jordan Brand, the colorway was briefly previewed last month, and was thought to be releasing only in kids sizing. Now we learn that the golden tan suede and leather colorway with a gum sole will indeed be a men's release, as well.New Jordans 2018
will be releasing a handful of wheat-colored retros this Fall that already include the Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 6. We can now add a new silhouette to the list with the Air Jordan 13. this Air Jordan 13 features an Elemental Gold, Baroque Brown and Gum Yellow color combination. In 2004 we saw a "Wheat" Air Jordan 13, but this time around Jordan Brand covers the entire uppers in Wheat. Constructed with suede, the look is then completed with a Gum outsole.New Jordans 2016
, The ever-so-iconic Air Jordan 13 is getting the Timberland treatment with a new wheat colorway for the fall. Oh so cozy, the Air Jordan 13 "Winter Wheat" sees the model Mike made famous in the playoffs getting a Timberland take for the hoody season. Sporting tones most memorable on the 6″ Boots that dominate the East Coast, this retro+ rendition follows the "Black Cat" colorway as one of the better updates to the '97-'98 favorite.Cheap Jordans 2017
has consistently taken advantage of Black Friday in recent years by loading it up with big retro releases. It looks like that pattern will hold for 2017 with the launch of the "Midnight Navy" Air Jordan 11. Inspired by the black panther, the Air Jordan 13 is known for its cushioning. References to the cat are seen in the form of the outsole, which resembles the pads on the panther's paw. The sneaker also sports a hologram located at the ankle, which is said to mimic how the animal's eye reacts in the dark. The black panther scheme fits Jordan perfectly. Teammates would call him "black cat" for all the reasons that Tinker Hatfield had in mind. Jordan would read his players and strike like a panther.