January 31, 2017 BY Yale Schalk / 0
1998-2017. P.J. Tucker wore his original Air Jordan 13 Low “Chutneys” as long as he could, but the shoe’s glue finally gave up the ghost. Tucker showed the grisly damage, which involves the sole separated from the toe. It’s a typical cause of death for aged sneakers and although there are now more methods of repairing sneakers than ever, chances of re-rips and crumbling are always high.
But all around, no worries. Air Jordan 13 Low Retro “Chutney” is releasing for summer 2017. Even sooner for P.J. if he works his Jordan connections.
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