Air Jordan XIV Retro: “Ferrari”

June 20, 2014 BY / 0

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Michael Jordan’s love of sports cars is well-documented through numerous features on his signature models. Look no further than the Porshe-inspired spoiler-esque heel tab on the Air Jordan 6 or the Air Jordan 14 in its entirety and it’s easy to see that MJ loved his luxury automobiles. The fourteenth signature sneaker is making a comeback for the later half of this year thanks to kicking things of with the Air Jordan 14 “Thunder” followed by August’s “Sports Blue rendition”. Somewhere down the line we’ll also see a “Black Toe” retro return, but all of those sneakers aren’t as anticipated as the upcoming Red Suede iteration known as the “Ferrari” Air Jordan 14. Featuring a red suede construction, the sneaker ditches any kind of Toto inspiration thanks to chrome accents on the sole, carbon fiber details on the midsole and vibrant yellow on the branding. Be sure to grab a better look at this Fall release by heading to our gallery.

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