Air Jordan 14 “Royal” Coming In September 2020

Air Jordan 14 “Royal” Coming In September 2020

While the Air Jordan 14 didn’t capture quite nearly as much attention as its other retro siblings such as the AJ 1 or AJ 4 this year, the silhouette still managed to make some noteworthy moments thanks to its collaborations with Supreme and OHSU Doernbecher, in addition to a newly materialized “Black Ferrari” rendition. With no more releases slated for the rest of 2019, it’s now fixated on offering more of its steady releases in 2020, one of which is this upcoming “Hyper Royal” colorway. Sleek Italian car-inspired constructions keep things fairly minimal with a two-tone palette, opting for a clean white leather base layer that opens up for the doors for its accents to soak up the attention. “Hyper Royal” blues are welcomed onto the traditional midsole molds as well as the tongues/heels, essentially making these an opposing rendition of the “Varisty Red” option that saw a re-release earlier this year. Expect these to drop sometime in September of next year at select Jordan retailers for $190, and enjoy a mock-up by @zsneakerheadz here in the meantime.

Updated [07/23/20]: The Air Jordan 14 “Royal” will release on September 19th, 2020.

UPDATE (06/29/2020):
The Air Jordan 14 Royal has been officially unveiled as part of Jordan Brand’s Fall 2020 collection.

Air Jordan Retro 14 “Royal”
Release Date: September 19th, 2020
Color: White/Hyper Royal-Black
Style Code: 487471-104

Image: @zsneakerheadz

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