Air Jordan 14 Retro ‘Last Shot’ – New Photos
“The Ninety-Eight Bulls. No push-off.”
It’s hard to imagine how a storybook ending that has become known in popular sports lore as ‘The Last Shot’ can be beaten, but Michael Jordan himself chose the Chicago Bulls’ record-breaking 1995-96 season as his favorite team of all-time. And he’s certainly got a point with their unmatched 72 wins, but that also doesn’t take any shine away from one of the sickest crossovers in NBA Playoff history. Nearly thirteen years after its initial release, the Air Jordan XIV Retro ‘Last Shot’ is back to remind sneakerheads why MJ is considered the GOAT, and their combination of black nubuck and full grain leather looks just as good today as it did when we first saw them in 1998. The stuff of Bryon Russell’s nightmares will soon be joining visions of sugar plums in your holiday dreams, so click through to see more of the Last Shots up close and pick up your pair a bit earlier than the official retail date thanks toKicks-crew.
Air Jordan XIV Retro
i got da ones frum 05 still in mint condition... but i will peep them out on release day to compare & contrast
That look good, just worried about the manufacture defects; just got my Light Graphite 14's in and boy those damn things beat the hell up!!!! Had to send them back...
This and 'The Kobe' - 2 shoes that actually look like what they claim to be inspired by. Pure heat!!!
these kicks are crack deff gotta copp these 14's, i jus copped ill gear to with them on citysole.com
I just want to know how exactly Jordan Brand picks out the shoes to retro? I mean they retroed these not that long ago. Why not retro the Indigo 14's or the oxidized green 14's. Why do they keep repeating the same retros?
Easy pass for me , sorry to say but rather double up on concords or just look for the cdp ones ( WAY better quality )
Yea bro sorry to disappoint you, but the 14's from the CDP are not the Last Shots, maybe next time try knowing WTF you're talking about.
WAY better? prob not maybe a little but not extremely noticeable plus the CDP ones look different (white stitching no red patch at the bottom, etc)
I truly love these, what they mean and what they actually are. I'm sure the leather experts are about to post away about how poor the quality is compared to the leather at their leather factory, but either way I'm getting a couple pairs for myself. Maybe I wouldn't like as much if my high school GED was in leather ;)