Michael Jordan’s second retirement didn’t stop these signature shoes from becoming popular amongst the Jordan fans.
The Air Jordan 14 first came onto the scene in 1998, just before Michael Jordan retired from basketball for the second time. Nonetheless, its sleek “sports car” silhouette has made it a favorite among Jordan fans even till today. This release sees white leather sitting atop a white/grey midsole, with a black suede toe vamp and tongue providing contrast. Finishing touches include a metallic tab on the tongue and Jumpman logos positioned at all sides of the shoe.
Dropping on September 20th, the Air Jordan 14 Retro “White/Black” will retail for US$170 and will be available in full family sizing.
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