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It should come as no surprise thousands of Jordan Sample’s will never see the light of day. Some remain restricted as player’s exclusive kept solely for the purpose of storytelling. While others would eventually find its way to retro release, as we’ve seen over the years. Today, we’re highlighting an unreleased Air Jordan 13 Low “Bred” Sample spotted on MJ back in 1998. The Air Jordan 13 was one of the final models laced by MJ during his time with the Chicago Bulls. The shoe went on to serve as one of the most popular models out the lineup with colorways like the “Bred”, “He Got Game” and the upcoming “Flint” returning in full OG format for 2020.

Although the “Bred” moniker is synonymous with the OG Air Jordan 13, and the Air Jordan 13 Low released back in 2015. This sample reignites a new meaning to its nickname, and some may agree should’ve been the shoe released back in 2015. This sample Air Jordan 13 low sits on a red outsole beneath a black midsole and an-all black upper. Additional details feature the Jumpman logo in silver accents, along with red branding on the tongue. While we may never see these Air Jordan 13 Low “Bred” sample released anytime to the public below is a mockup of the sample done by Jayzrdead, enjoy.


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