January 6, 2016 BY Yale Schalk / 0
This recently surfaced Air Jordan 13 “Melo” sample is sure to spark interest in a possible release, but Jordan Brand’s plan on that front remains unclear. Like the AJ13 “CP3” that actually did release last November, the Melo 13 dates way back to 2005 when Melo was just a young buck with the Denver Nuggets, hence the yellow accenting. That’s not to say a “Knicks” 13 wouldn’t be snatched up at retail. But as we saw throughout 2015, Jordan Brand is keen on unearthing gems from years ago, which adds a surprise element. Is this a worthy release, or an idea to scrap now? Let us know below.
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