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Air Jordan 14

The Air Jordan XIV (14) was released in 1998/1999.This was the very last Air Jordan model that Michael would sport in NBA before his retirement. On January 13th 1999 Michael announced his retirement from the NBA basketball for the second time.

The design for this pair of shoes was inspired by Michaels car, the Ferrari 550 M, and was made by Tinker Hatfield together with Mark Smith. A great stylish design and a great shoe for Michael to end his NBA career in.

The Air Jordan XIV basketball shoe has a full-grain leather upper with added EVA reinforcement. Internal lacing system provides added support. One piece internal shoe lining for seamless effort. Phylon™ midsole with strategically placed wraps that lock the foot over the midsole platform. Air-Sole® unit in the heel and articulated Zoom Air™ unit in the forefoot. Molded EVA based sockliner with urethane inserts. Lightweight solid rubber outsole with large herringbone pattern adds maximum traction. Composite shank plate offers added stability and support.

This was the first Air Jordan that would feature laces with metal tips. It also began the trend of having a number of things that would count towards the model# of the shoe. On the XIV's each shoe had seven jumpmans; ferrari-like shield, insole, sole, back, 2 x lacetip and front. Counting them on both shoes makes it a total of 14 (XIV) Jumpmans.

 

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