Father to the Air Jordan 4, Air Jordan 11, and many other iconic silhouettes, Tinker Hatfield is undoubtedly a legend. But before he went on to make waves in the world of sneakers, Hatfield honed his craft at the University of Oregon, for which he’s produced many a player exclusive over the course of the last few years.
In further commemoration of his alma mater, Hatfield has produced a brand new PE: an Air Jordan 14 limited to only 275 pairs. Unveiled in detail courtesy of @oregonfootball, the shoe dresses up in the signature colors of the Oregon Ducks, with hits of green applied to the midsole, the lining, the trims, and the emblem along the side. And whereas the latter would typically feature the Jumpman logo across inline pairs, here it spotlights the Oregon Duck himself, whose portrait complements the “Oregon” text and “O” insignia that dress the tongue and heel, respectively.
Individually numbered from 1 to 275, this newly-revealed Air Jordan 14 “Oregon Ducks” PE will likely never see a retail release. You can, however, enjoy the pair vicariously through the detailed imagery added below.
In other news, the Air Jordan 1 Lost and Found will actually be releasing next week.