As one of the key models worn in Jordan’s final season with the Chicago Bulls, the Air Jordan 13 holds a spot in Jumpman history. And it joins the list of Jordans who had cultural weight, with Denzel Washington famously wearing a pair in Spike Lee’s He Got Game. Unfortunately, the Jordan 13 was never in the spotlight, but we’re still holding out hope with the Air Jordan 13 Retro “Lucky Green” dropping. Although September 26 is the official release date, head on to StockX to bag your pair now.

A layered, perforated upper and exclusive holographic ankle logo made the Jordan 13 one of the most iconic Jordan silhouettes, a case supported by many Retro release runs, and a cult-favorite Ray Allen Player Version to mark the three-point line of his record-breaking season. In reality, the “Lucky Green” of the soon-to-drop Jordan 13 bears a striking resemblance to the Ray Allen PE 13s with the Boston Celtics theme, varying mainly in the color of the trims, outsole, and holographic Jumpman logo.

Although Jordan 1, 3, and 4 steal the stage, we love the fact that underestimated Jordan models continue to drop behind the scenes thanks to sell-out, logo-fuelled partnerships. The Air Jordan 13 “Lucky Green” looks a lot like an early 2000s release with its punchy yet understated color palette, which is sure to get the heart of any retro-loving Jordan fans going. Though retailing for $190, market data from StockX reveals that the “Lucky Green” Jordan 13 sells at an average of $263 with a high point of $600. Now at StockX, get your hands on an authentic pair.

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