November 4, 2013 BY Aaron Hope / 7
An increase in the frequency of Air Jordan retro releases means familiar models are popping up in new colorways more often than ever before. Here’s one from back in the early part of this century when this application of new looks to established silos started ramping up, a chocolate suede Air Jordan XIV that stands out from other releases by way of its velour lining. These never made it to production and this only adds to the luxurious feel of one of a select few brown numbered Js. Click through to see more after the jump and if you’re in the LA area, consider stopping in because these are on display but not for sale at RIF.
lmaoooo...yea right,back in 05 these would be trash thats why they never came out ...now today they're "MUST COP" , "GRAIL" , "TO DIE FOR" LOLOL FUGGOUTTAHERE!!!!
@CC221 Young bucks are ruining the sneaker game. I agree with your comment 100%