In 1998, Tinker Hatfield was asked to take on the task of creating what would be Micheal Jordan's last signature shoe with the Chicago Bulls. Mr. Hatfield did his thing and created what would be known as the Air Jordan 14. Inspired by Micheal Jordan's love for sports cars, the pair was modeled after the Ferrari 550M.
The design is kept simple, coming in shades of game royal, black, and white. The game royal blue is used throughout the shoe's upper side panels and extends all the way to the heel. A black mesh tongue with a hint of yellow is featured on the pair, while black suede is seen on the vamp. A golden Jumpman logo can be seen on the toe box, while a black sock liner can also be seen featured. Finally, a black and white sole unit completes the new-age Tinker Hatfield design.
The Air Jordan 14 Laney is set for a May 27th release date. You can find the pair on the Nike SNKRS app and select Jordan Brand retailers for $210. For more on the Air Jordan 14, and to stay up to date with the latest sneaker releases and news, connect with us on Instagram and Twitter.
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