• KO Classic : Air Jordan XIV Original

KO Classic : Air Jordan XIV Original

£127.00

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£127.00

£56.00

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Details
Better than any Hollywood script, MJ's last game in the NBA was a storybook ending to a legendary career. On his feet were the last shoes he'd wear in the league, the Air Jordan XIV, and a fitting last shoe it was. by Professor K, posted June 13, 2001 Before the Audi TT inspired adidas The Kobe, there was the Ferrari 550 Maranello inspired Air Jordan XIV. Several elements link the shoe with the car, including the Ferrari-esque Jumpman logo, the perforated full-grain leather upper (not on all colorways), the tire tread-like pattern at the heel, and the air-intake vent at the medial side of the midsole (see figure 2). But apart from the visual cues, what truly links the shoe and the car is a shared spirit of sheer, unbridled, uncompromising performance. So it's fitting that, while the Air Jordan XIV may not be considered the most visually appealling shoe in the Air Jordan line it is, in my opinion, the best from the perspective of pure, on-court performance. But before I get into the meat of the review, a little background... The Nike Air Jordan XIV was released to the public in early 1998 and it was the shoe that Jordan wore through the NBA Playoffs and Finals that year. As some may remember, Jordan was wearing the XIVs when he hit the game winning shot agains...
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