February 16, 2012 BY Aaron Hope
Much has been said of this month’s runaway wildfire of heat, and not only have we seen a fairly extreme quantity of sick releases hit retailers in February, but a ton of impressive promo samples have come down the pipeline as well. The Air Jordan XIV has been right in the midst of it all, first showing up in the ‘History of Flight’ look that’s one of the most limited of all the Fourteens ever seen, and more recently in a blacked-out seamless grainy leather that takes this Ferrari-inspired Tinker Hatfield design to a new level of luxury. Today we have a look at a similarly constructed white AJ14, a pair whose subtle shift in colorblocking results in a much higher contrast but retains the top tier appeal. These were almost entirely overlooked in the background of other exclusive Air Jordan samples photographed at the recent K-Pals 2012 event, but they can move right up to the top of your collection inventory with a bid on the pair available from btn_16 on eBay.
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