Air Jordan 14
Inspired by Michael Jordan's love for luxury cars, check out all Air Jordan 14 colorways on StockX.
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Designed by Tinker Hatfield, the Air Jordan 14 evokes the speed and power of the Ferraris that inspired it. See More
The Air Jordan 14 made its debut on the court in 1998 well before it went into production. Though it was just a prototype, Michael Jordan loved it so much he wore it during the 1998 NBA Finals. Jordan won his sixth and final NBA title wearing the Air Jordan 14. Only one colorway of the shoe was released during 1998. Seven other versions followed in 1999. Jordan loved this shoe for its performance and style. Among more average consumers, the Jordan 14 is known for being incredibly comfortable. It has a lower profile than most Air Jordans, and it's vented extensively so that it breathes well. The Jordan 14 has been reinterpreted several times over the years. Popular releases of this shoe include the striking University Gold/Black-University Red-Metallic Silver colorway. These Yellow 14s really pay tribute to the automotive influence with their design. The Air Jordan 14 Retro Supreme in White/University Red uses studs to simulate the ribbing and venting of the original.