July 27, 2011 BY Aaron Hope
Sneaker News showed you two different Air Jordan XIV Retro samples yesterday that both featured the Chambray shade of blue quite prominently. When compared to the above pictured model, they give you an appreciation of both how differently black and blue are used together these days versus just five or so years ago, and how much shoe designers rely on grey for both balance and just sheer stylishness. The Air Jordan 14 in Light Graphite does the former by serving as something of a middle ground so that the Midnight Navy and black don’t clash against one another, though a few years back we might have expected to see that combo with a Carolina blue upper. Click through to get a good look at some new pics from ShoeWolf. This model is slated for an October 8th release, but you can pre-order yours from King Kickz or just grab a pair right now on eBay.