Original Story (09/04/19): The Air Jordan 13 “Flint” was first introduced in 1998 as an OG colorway of the AJ13 silhouette. It has seen a couple of re-releases since then, one in 2005 and the other in 2010. While the first reissue was nearly identical to the OG, the second reissue left out the 3M reflective material in the upper ballistic nylon.

A third reissue was rumored for 2017, but a release never happened. Despite this, sources say that the Air Jordan 13 “Flint” will be making a return in 2020 as part of a wider “Truest to the OG” collection. Nicknamed “Flint” for the hits of Flint Grey on the midsole and suede upper, this colorway features a French Blue mesh overlay and white leather toe box.

Look for the Air Jordan 13 “Flint” to release for the fourth time sometime in 2020 for a retail price of $190 USD (hopefully with 3M detailing). Stay tuned to Modern Notoriety for updates on this release and check out photos of the 2010 reissue below.

Air Jordan 13 Retro OG “Flint”
Color: Navy/Flint Grey-White-University Blue
Style Code: 414571-404
Release Date: May 30, 2020
Price: $190 USD

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Update (04/02/20): This colorway has been officially unveiled as part of Jordan Brand’s Summer 2020 lineup. Expect a May 30th release.

Update (03/12/20): Originally expected to release on April 18th, this Air Jordan 13 Retro OG “Flint” is now slated to release on May 2, 2020. Grab a first look at the 2020 version below, courtesy of upcycle.sneaks.

Update (01/09/20): We now have a release date for the Air Jordan 13 “Flint.” Expect an April 18 release with all OG specs, including 3M detailing, overall shape, and navy and flint grey color. Stay tuned for first look images of the 2020 release.

Update (09/21/19): It has been confirmed that the Air Jordan 13 “Flint” will return in its OG style, complete with 3M detailing. Look for a release in Spring 2020.

OG 1998 Release2010 Release

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