June 27, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 0
You’re not supposed to be able to mix navy blue and black this smoothly. But then again, you’re not supposed to be able to cut out the hearts of an entire state for the second year in a row and do it so convincingly that Sneaker News readers old enough to remember ‘The Last Shot’ would have to admit we expected it. The Air Jordan XIV shows you how to do all of that this holiday season, with a redux of the legendary original rumored to hit store shelves along with this brand new edition in Light Graphite nubuck (notice that the overlay sections are no longer tumbled as in the initial preview images) with black, white and Midnight Navy accents. These offer an interesting twist on the greyed out trend we’ve seen over the past year or so, but will they ever be mentioned in the same breath as the ‘Cool Grey’ Air Jordan 11 that helped to fuel this fad? Click through for some additional images, and if you feel the answer to the previous question is ‘yes’ and/or you just wanna grab yours before they hit retail, hit up Kicks-lab for a limited size run available now.
Air Jordan XIV
Light Graphite/Midnight Navy-Black
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