July 26, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 0
In a year dominated by Air Jordan III and V and VII releases, there stands a single Air Jordan XIV Retro posed to release soon. The Light Graphite XIVs feature the same perforated columns as other notable Fourteens like the ‘Last Shots’, and while the same is true of the above pictured pair, their material blocking and colorway is much closer to the former than the latter. The Air Jordan 14 is pictured above in a Chambray blue suede getup that adds a black sole and sockliner for a cool yet high-contrast look. They’re something like an ‘Un-‘ take on the University Blue-accented joints that hit retail in early 2006, the inclusion of a 2005-dated tongue tag and the existence of a white/Chambray sample (that we’ll show you shortly) suggesting that instead of the Uni Blues, we might have been looking at a Chambray Pack hitting retail in the same month as the original Defining Moments Package. Click through to see more of the Chambray suede Air Jordan XIV and to purchase this rare size 9 sample, check with poofyo101jumpmansneakers on eBay.
Air Jordan XIV
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