The Air Jordan 13 Hyper Royal will join New Jordans 2018
lineup of new Air Jordan 13 colorways for 2018. Matching the colorway of the 18, is the Air Jordan 13 in a color scheme that is equally made of primarily white white blue detailing. While this pair is being made available to the public for the first time, it initially debuted as a friends and family colorway, remixing one of the OG 13 colorways by swapping out red with the Hyper Royal you see below. This Retro comes dressed in a simple White and Hyper Royal color scheme that is perfect for the spring and summer months. With a White leather upper and Royal Blue suede overlays sitting atop a Black and White rubber sole you'll be able to rock these with any outfit.New Jordans 2016
, Stepping into the world as a solo retro for the first time is the Air Jordan 18 dressed in a "Hyper Royal" color scheme that sports primarily white with metallic silver hardware. As a rare nod to MJ's Wizards days, the 18 was the last signature sneaker that Jordan laced up in his storied career. Its shroud that houses this models laces is undoubtedly one of the most unique design elements on any Jumpman legacy model. Dressed in a simple White and Hyper Royal color scheme. Resembling Quentin Richardson's Air Jordan 13 PE. This Air Jordan 13 features a White leather upper with Royal Blue suede overlays sitting atop a Black and White rubber sole.New Air Jordan Shoes
, While MJ was infamous for wearing Red and Black during his years with the Chicago Bulls, Royal Blue is also a familiar color that Jordan Brand likes to use on his Airness' signature sneaker line. It's been used on the Air Jordan Retro 1, 6, 10, 17, and 18 in their true form. Now, the clean, complimentary color is hitting the Air Jordan Retro 13. Some people may be thinking that these have already released, because they are very similar to a PE version that Quentin Richardson wore during his time with the New York Knicks and Orlando Magic. The Air Jordan 13 Retro is set to have a large and heavy presence in 2018 as Jordan Brand will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of one of the more artful designs of the Air Jordan legacy.