Although basketball and sneaker icon Michael Jordan is most often associated with the black, red and white color palette of his former Chicago Bulls team, the Hall of Fame baller’s footwear legacy includes a number of lifestyle coloways, too, such as the “Chutney” Air Jordan 13 Low from 1998.
For the first time in nearly 20 years, the “Chutney” Air Jordan 13 Low will be returning to retail shelves tomorrow. This low-top variation of Michael Jordan’s 13th signature sneaker blends a tan nubuck construction with black leather and suede.
Additional accents include a metallic gold Jumpman logo at the ankle, white Jordan branding at the bottom of the tongue and a bright green Jumpman pod on the outsole.
If this sneaker silhouette looks familiar, it may be because another original Air Jordan 13 Low style was rereleased for the first time in April. The sneaker’s “Brave Blue” makeup has sold out from nike.com but can be found on eBay with prices starting around $160.
For fans hoping to add the “Chutney” style to their sneaker rotation, here’s what you need to know. They’ll be available tomorrow at 10 a.m. ET from nike.com/snkrs and can also be found from select Jordan Brand retailers globally for a retail price of $175.