Air Jordan XIV – Black Seamless
The floodgates have now opened to what may be an epic showdown between two of the greatest PE/Sample/Promo pair collectors we’ve ever seen display their wares on eBay, and if you thought there wasn’t much more to see after the Air Jordan XI ‘Blackout’ and Pantone sample, think again. Here’s a look at an Air Jordan XIV sample constructed in a seamless, one-piece upper made of premium black leather; it’s got that dull, matte finish often seen on high-quality leather goods, giving off a similar matte-finish appeal that has been so popular on supercars these days (like the flagship model of the Lambo Reventon). The Black is painted with a superb metallic silver detailing on the heel bumper as well as on the visible midfoot plate on the midsole, giving this sneaker a true sneaker sex appeal that only a select number of kicks can truly possess. Just where does this sample fall in the Jordan Brand timeline? Given the style of the size-tag used, it is likely that these originally surfaced during the Air Jordan XIV mass-release in 2005. A detailed gallery awaits you below so take a good look at this sick Air Jordan XIV sample and see what the asking price is by visiting the auction from btn_16 on eBay.