Posted by , Nov 3, 2016 at 12:50pm
Two wild 13s coming on 11/11.

Jordan Brand still has some surprises in store for sneakerheads this year, including this crazy look pair of Air Jordan 13s which serve as a nod to China's "Singles' Day."

Singles' Day is a widespread festival among young Chinese people in which they celebrate the fact that they're not in a relationship. The date it is celebrated on, 11/11, was chosen because the number "1" resembles an individual that is alone. 

Now that we know about the inspiration behind these new 13s, we can get into the actual sneakers.

The red men's pair features a wear-away "panda camo" overlay, similar to the "Wings" Air Jordan 12 that dropped earlier this year. Only a few pics have surfaced but judging from the insole shown in the gallery, we can assume that's the design the sneaker will take on once these 13s are worn to the bone. 

In celebration of the unique holiday, this special pair of Air Jordan 13s, as well as a minty green GS version, will be dropping on November 11th, though it's unclear if they'll be a China exclusive or a widespread release in The States as well.

We'll update this post once more information is revealed but in the meantime let us know what you think about the special edition "What Is Love" Air Jordan 13 Pack.

Official Images Of The Upcoming "What Is Love" Air Jordan 13 Pack

Two wild 13s coming on 11/11.


Jordan Brand still has some surprises in store for sneakerheads this year, including this crazy look pair of Air Jordan 13s which serve as a nod to China's "Singles' Day."

Singles' Day is a widespread festival among young Chinese people in which they celebrate the fact that they're not in a relationship. The date it is celebrated on, 11/11, was chosen because the number "1" resembles an individual that is alone. 

Now that we know about the inspiration behind these new 13s, we can get into the actual sneakers.

The red men's pair features a wear-away "panda camo" overlay, similar to the "Wings" Air Jordan 12 that dropped earlier this year. Only a few pics have surfaced but judging from the insole shown in the gallery, we can assume that's the design the sneaker will take on once these 13s are worn to the bone. 

In celebration of the unique holiday, this special pair of Air Jordan 13s, as well as a minty green GS version, will be dropping on November 11th, though it's unclear if they'll be a China exclusive or a widespread release in The States as well.

We'll update this post once more information is revealed but in the meantime let us know what you think about the special edition "What Is Love" Air Jordan 13 Pack.

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