Edison Chen’s illustrious streetwear label CLOT is known for its finely crafted creations that aim to bridge the gap between Eastern and Western fashion. Having teamed up with Nike numerous times in the past, Chen’s recognizable aesthetic has made its way to the brand’s top models the likes of the Air Force 1 and the Air Max 1. Furthering the former actor’s reach, CLOT has now tapped into the Jordan Brand’s arsenal for a premium rendition of the Air Jordan 13 Low. Dressed in a funky combination of peach, olive green, and grey, this new take on the classic Jordan Brand silhouette’s focal point comes split by way of metallic gold branding on its tongue and heel counter, utilizing both a Jumpman emblem and CLOT’s signature shield, as well as a clay brick-like pattern adorning its midfoot. No word regarding this premium collaboration’s release has been reported just yet, but grab a first look here and sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts.