November 19, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 0
During Michael Jordan’s second run with the Chicago Bulls when he won three Championships in three full seasons, the Air Jordan XI, XII and XIII each released in regular season and All-Star colorways before breaking out the black playoff-oriented designs. It probably would have been the same for the 1998-99 season, had the first part of it even been played and MJ not decided to retire with what was perhaps the most perfect career ending storyline in sports history. But had MJ returned as a part of that 50-game ’99 season that seems like a blessing to modern NBA fans, we might have come to associate this Air Jordan XIV Retro in white and Varsity Red with a seventh championship run and the ever-elusive four-peat. So here’s a shoe that offers a reminder of a history that never was, but you can absolutely count on them to release come next spring, so be sure to check back with Sneaker News for the US release date. via Kinstor
Air Jordan XIV Retro
Tags: Air Jordan XIV
These are sentimental to me. They were the first pair of J's I ever bought myself. I've got my OG's, the retro '06, and as soon as I get a release date, these. I love these shoes and this colorway
Please daddy, please daddy give me these! I love the interior of these shoes. MJ was a bitch but these were the only good things about him. plus i can get some for my kids!!!!! BOOMSHAKALAKALAKALAKA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!--------> keep it muther f*cking 100<--------- all the fuck ways!
Got my 06 pair. These don't compare but they're not bad at all. Probably gonna get Last Shot instead though
14's are very underrated...and very comfortable too skipping the last shots, but definitely getting these
From the first time I saw the 14 I disliked them completely. For some reason though I'm really loving them now. They just look fast as hell, and I can't wait to get my hands on them.
Its cuz u wanna be like everyone else with their "i like them now" or "im falling for these" get that shit out of here
Or maybe people's taste can change as they get older, and they see things differently than they used to. Not everyone is a hypebeast douchebag that only wants something because other people do.