Air Jordan 13

The Air Jordan 13 was the last shoe that Michael Jordan would lace up as a member of the Chicago Bulls. Released for the 1997-98 season and designed once again by legend Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan XIII is regarded as his best designed signature shoe. Tinker took inspiration from Jordan’s nickname “Black Cat” to create the look for the Air Jordan XIII. The outsole was made to resemble the paws of a panther and it’s the first and only Air Jordan to feature a hologram. While wearing the Air Jordan XIII, Michael Jordan broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s NBA record by scoring double-digits in 788 consecutive games. He also led the Bulls to the franchise’s sixth NBA Title and won himself his sixth Finals MVP.