A second CLOT x Air Jordan 13 Low colorway joined the recent Air Jordan releases 2018 alongside the Terracotta Army-inspired colorway. The low-top version of the Air Jordan 13 Low has actually been on a rather long hiatus. The last time it arrived at retailers was on June 10, 2017 when the “Chutney” colorway of the model made its comeback and retailed for $175. On August 25th, 2017 Jordan Brand also released an Air Jordan 13 Low Golf “White/Midnight Navy,” which retailed at a price of $200. The first CLOT x Air Jordan 13 Low colorway was unveiled back in October, but it did not hit the shelves alone.
In case you are not familiar with CLOT, it happens to be the name of a Hong Kong-based fashion/streetwear label. It was founded back in 2003 by Canadian actor and rapper Edison Chen and Hong Kong-based entrepreneur and fashion designer Kevin Poon. Earlier this year in February, CLOT celebrated its 15th Anniversary by showcasing its “PAST. PRESENT. FUTURE.” collection during New York Fashion Week. The collection featured a number of upcoming collaborations with brands like Converse, Fear of God, Medium Rare, and others. CLOT is known for being a part of many impressive collaborations, such as this latest one with Jordan Brand that involves the Air Jordan 13 Low.