Air Jordan 14
The Air Jordan 14 was released in 1998 and designed by the lead designer Tinker Hatfield. Michael Jordan wore this pair of sneakers for his last game against Utah before yet another retirement announcement. The game is famously known as "The Last Shot" because each team needed one more score to win, and the match was about to finish. At the last minute, Michael Jordan scored one point winning the match Bulls 87 - Utah 86. Tinker created the most comfortable design for Michael, and he really loved it. The release date was supposed to be later; however, Jordan wore them to his finals.
The Air Jordan 14 has a couple of innovations that make the footwear extremely comfortable. Unlike the previous models, Air Jordan 14 shoes have double Air Zoom cushioning at the heel and forefoot, and they are very breathable because of mesh vents on the sides. This Air Jordan model is very light, and it makes them easy to move in. The original colorways of Air Jordan 14 are the popular black and white, "Light Ginger," "Obsidian," "Varsity Royal," and "Varsity Black." In 2014-2020 new retro editions of Air Jordans 14 were released, some of which are "Vibrant Yellow," "Desert Sand," "Hyper Royal," "Gym Red," and others. Some of the retro editions were re-released.
This model has an interesting design resembling a car for a reason. At the time of creation, Jordan was driving the Ferrari 550 Maranello, which was the main inspiration for the new shoe model. Every pair also has 7 Jumpman logos which together equals 14.
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