Michael Jordan’s rebranding of the Charlotte Hornets – the very same NBA team that he currently owns – continues to receive special treatment this season, in accordance with Jordan Brand’s 30th anniversary with the Air Jordan 13 Low “Hornets.”

With an emphasis on attention to detail, up-close images of various components of the silhouette are provided, such as the Jumpman branding, stitching and its material makeup. Essentially dipped in the Charlotte Hornets’ respective colorway, this iteration of Air Jordan 13 flaunts a pristine, White remastered quilted leather upper, with Midnight Navy gracing along its tongue, rear, mudguard and midsole unit, in addition to Turquoise accents implemented on its outsole, tongue tab and toe area.

Finished off with touches of Silver and Yellow, along with the iconic Jumpman logo, expect the Air Jordan 13 Low “Hornets” to arrive at Jordan Brand accounts on April 18 for $160.

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Author’s Take

I’m thankful Michael Jordan rebranded the Charlotte Bobcats back to the Charlotte Hornets..the team’s colorway is a classic..probably because I grew up and really enjoyed basketball during that era, plus when Larry Johnson joined the Knicks..those were some good years..except when MJ crushed my dreams of the Knicks ever winning a championship..(tear) haha..

Anyway, I wished Jordan Brand didn’t execute this Air Jordan 13 in low-top form. Either way, it’s a clean palette that fans of both the silhouette and colorway would enjoy.

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