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2019 Black Air Jordan 13 "Cap and Gown" 414571-012

In May, the 2019 Jordan released the Air Jordan 11 "Cap And Gown" that played off of the shoe's ability to be worn with a tuxedo or a suit during graduation and prom. Dressed entirely in black with the silhouette's customary patent leather construction, the even more luxurious take on the Jumpman's most premium iteration was met with open arms and eager Jordan 11 fanatics. Following the release of the Air Jordan 11 Cap and Gown, Jordan Brand will be continuing the series with the release of an Air Jordan 13 Cap and Down edition scheduled for next year. New Air Jordans 2019 kicked off their "Cap and Gown" series with the Air Jordan 11 back in May 2018. Part of their Summer 2019 lineup, they'll be adding to it with the Air Jordan 13. According to the "Cap and Gown" series of pure black color concept, Air Jordan 13 "Cap and Gown" is still the theme of the graduation ceremony of the cap and robes, the material of the shoe is upgraded with suede, and with the mesh reflective material, extraordinary The texture is created, whether it is still on the feet or on the feet, adapt to various occasions, and the performance is almost perfect! This all-Black version of the Air Jordan 11 pays homage to all the times the 11th Jordan Brand signature shoe was used as attire during a formal setting. Covered in black from head to toe, this new colorway of the Air Jordan 1 features a nubuck material on the upper instead of the traditional ballistic mesh to give the shoe a more luxurious look. A black thich patent leather mudguard, 3D Jumpman logos on the ankle, 23 branding on the heel, and an icy blue translucent outsole wrap up the look on this Air Jordan 11.

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