Saturday 22nd February 2020,
The Hoop Doctors

Jordan Brand March 2013 Sneaker Release Schedule

Now into the third month of the year, take a look at the sneakers scheduled to release this March.

After making its official store debut during All-Star Weekend, the new Air Jordan XX8 will release this month in literally more colorways than you can count on one hand.  These sneakers include green, yellow, blue, and red pairs of the stealth camo print seen on the high shroud.  There is also a black pair that closely resembles the original pair except without a translucent blue sole.

Likely to be the most anticipated Air Jordan Retro release of the month comes via the white/black Air Jordan XIII.  Recently titled the ‘He Got Game’ XIIIs, this sneaker was last seen in 2008 paired with the ‘Shadow’ Jordan X as part of the Countdown Package set.

When Carmelo Anthony had his jersey number retired by Syracuse earlier in the week the Orange laced up a new pair of the Jordan Melo M9 made to commemorate the event; that pair will make it to store shelves later on this month.

Looking at the models more geared towards casual wear instead of performance, we know that two Jordan XIII-inspired pairs of the Air Jordan I drop this month under the Air Jordan 1 Retro ’97 label.  The two Retro ’97 Jordan 1s feature quality leather with a panel that’s dimpled like the Jordan XIII. A new Jordan Spiz’ike colorways will also make an appearance with a reflective 3M panel along the midsole in the Circus VII colorway.

Foot Locker has this new Launch Locator feature HERE on their website that allows you to look up releases either by the address or the sneaker.

Air Jordan XX8 – Black

Air Jordan XX8 – Blue Camo

Air Jordan XX8 – Green Camo

Air Jordan XX8 – Red Camo

Air Jordan XX8 – Yellow Camo

Air Jordan Spiz’ike – ‘3M’

Jordan Melo M9 – ‘Syracuse’

Air Jordan XIII – ‘He Got Game’

Air Jordan 1 Retro ’97 – ‘Chicago’

Air Jordan 1 Retro ’97 – ‘Bred’

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