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Limit: One pair per per order. Orders for multiple pairs will be canceled and refunded. Product is not removed from inventory until your order has been completed. Having this item in your cart does NOT guarantee that you will be able to order it. The Air Jordan 14 Retro Low returns for the first time since it’s original debut back in 1999. With remastered construction and OG materials, the inspiration draws from the sleek lines and aerodynamic designs of one of the world’s fastest automobiles. Varsity Royal and Black Nubuck dominate the uppers along with hits of Maize. The Jordan Air Jordan 14 Retro Low Laney (Varsity Royal/Varsity Maize-Black-White) is Available now!
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The Inspiration Behind the Design of the Air Jordan 14

Super car inspires super sneaker

Known for his incredible story telling on footwear design, Tinker Hatfield was tasked with delivering another iconic creation for Michael Jordan’s fourteenth signature shoe. The result drove the development of one of the brand’s most notorious creations to date. Tinker took inspiration from MJ’s love for automobiles, specifically the Ferrari 550 Maranello. Key design elements were directly inspired by the sport’s car distinct features including the Jumpman shield created to match the Ferrari symbol, the shoe’s side panel takes cues from the grill and the heel is derived from the car’s performance tires.

History of the Air Jordan 14

A background story on Michael Jordan’s fourteenth signature shoe

The year was 1998, Michael Jordan was coming off of back to back NBA championships and again at the top of his game. With expectations high on what would be MJ’s final season with the Chicago Bulls, fans of the legendary NBA star also looked forward to his new signature shoe. In the Fall of ‘98 the Air Jordan 14 released in one style, a white and black colorway that would serve as Jordan’s primary sneaker for home games that season.

In 1999 Jordan Brand continued the 14 lineage by releasing four additional styles while MJ was on the journey to his sixth NBA Championship. After memorable performances in route to his second three-peat, Jordan would forever cement the silhouette’s legacy by hitting his memorable “Last Shot” wearing the black and red version of the shoe against the Utah Jazz in game 6 of the NBA Finals.

Brief returns for the model followed in 2000 with a tribute colorway to Mike’s alma mater UNC and a retro launch in 2005 to honor his final moments as a Bulls player.

Since the sneaker’s debut in the 90’s, the Air Jordan 14 has launched in 32 variations including retro editions.


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