In basketball history, the Air Jordan 14 was an important part of Michael Jordan’s legacy. Tinker Hatfield’s 12th sneaker design for #23 has been overshadowed by other signature shoes made for the legendary Chicago Bulls player.
This vintage design is identical to the original but more practical for daily use
Recently, official pictures of the model in a “Ginger” outfit came out, making a lot of sneaker fans jump for joy because it was the first time since 1999 that the outfit was back. Even though the “Ginger” retro is only for women and is not a low-top, it shows that most “Air Jordan” styles will come back at some point. The upper of the pair is made of short-haired suede from the quarter panel to the spine. The forefoot area has a “White” pattern. Most of the logos on the sportscar-inspired design are “colorless,” which lets the “JORDAN” and “XIV” logos at the top of the tongue and on the bottom of the shoe, respectively, shine. The sneaker’s mid-top trim makes it more wearable all year round compared to the original from 23 years ago. This is something that anyone who can wear up to a US Women’s 12.5 size will appreciate.
With this new release, fans of the Air Jordan 14 can now choose from retro and brand-new styles. The “Ginger” colorway gives the shoe a more subtle look than some of its predecessors. It could also be valuable for collectors. If you buy a pair today, you won’t be unhappy with how they look as a whole.