Images have surfaced of a previously unseen Clot x Air Jordan 13 Low. The shoe features a number of premium materials including a stitched brick-like suede texture across the majority of the upper along with portions of grey and olive suede.
Branding is covered in metallic gold with Clot logos in place of the traditional Jumpman emblems on the tongue of the right shoe and heel of the left. At the bottom, icy translucent portions accent a pink outsole.
Release details on this collab are currently unknown, but more information should be available soon.
UPDATE (10/27): Following yesterday's first look, clearer images and more details are surfacing on Clot's first Air Jordan collaboration. Said to be inspired by China's Terracotta Army sculptures, this "Terracotta Warrior" pair is rumored to release in January of 2019.
UPDATE (12/2): Official images of Clot's upcoming Air Jordan 13 Low collab are rumored to release at select Jordan Brand stockists in Greater China on Dec. 22, according to on zsneakerheadz on Instagram.
UPDATE (12/3): The Clot x Air Jordan 13 will be dropping on Dec. 8 at Innersect Shanghai, followed by a global launch at Juice Stores on Dec. 13.
UPDATE (12/14): Along with the previously scheduled releases, the Clot x Air Jordan 13 Low will also be releasing at Juice pop-ups in New York and Los Angeles on Dec. 15. The collab will receive a global launch on Nike SNKRS on Dec. 22.
The colorway is inspired by the ancient Terracota Army monuments in China. Its brick-like suede upper is modeled after the warriors' armor and designed to patina with wear like the statues have over time. The 13's signature holographic heel has been replaced by a gold Clot logo to mark the project. Each pair will come with an illustration of a Terracota Warrior wearing the pair as well.
"Creatively figuring out how to make that idea a reality with the Jordan team took a little bit of time. We went through a bunch of samples and color samples. In the end, the shoe we came up with is true to the Terracotta Warrior, especially if you theoretically saw one wearing this shoe. It would look almost seamless," said CLOT founder Edison Chen. "That’s why there are all these different colors of patina, because over time, after these statues got excavated, they started changing color. The color that the statues have been for the longest time is the color we used on the Air Jordan 13 Low 'Terracotta Blush.'"
Clot x Air Jordan 13 Retro Low NRG
Release Date: 12/22/18
Color: Sepia Stone/Canteen-Terra Blush
Style #: AT3102-200