Kwahi Leonard Never Got To Wear His Air Jordan 13 Low PE

This Thursday on Christmas Day, the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder went head to head, but Kawhi Leonard was absent from the Spurs roster. 23 is Back readers who happen to follow the NBA probably recall that the 2014 NBA Finals MVP recently tore a ligament in his hand. So like Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant, he too was not able to play in the NBA’s games that took place on December 25th, 2014. Even though this Air Jordan 13 Low PE will not be making a retail debut on any upcoming Jordan release dates, Kawhi Leonard could have worn it had he played.

Of course, both Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant also received Player Exclusive sneakers of their signature silhouettes. In fact, their PEs gained considerably more popularity due to the fact that they will actually hit the shelves soon. Nonetheless, Kawhi Leonard’s Air Jordan 13 Low PE, which has been dubbed “Christmas,” looks equally attractive and stunning, despite to appearing like a Christmas-themed new jordans.

kawhi_leonard_christmas-jordan-13-low-pe-1Actually, this Air Jordan 13 Low PE looks like an opposite version of the “He Got Game” colorway of the Air Jordan 13. A simple black and white color combination is featured by this sneaker, which is quite contrary to the vibrant sneakers that are worn by basketball players during the holiday games. Black is featured on the outsole and the sides while white is featured around the midsole and on the laces and the tongue. Unlike the Air Jordan 13 “He Got Game,” this is a lowtop sneaker, so a pink Jordan Jumpman takes the place of the usual hologram bubble.

Despite lacking Holiday flair, this pair was meant to be Kwahi’s Christmas sneaker and so it has been dubbed accordingly. Unlike Kevin Durant’s and Kobe Bryant’s PEs, it is not certain if any upcoming Jordan release dates might be associated with this Air Jordan 13 Low PE, so for now it is merely an un released Player Exclusive.

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