Air Jordan This Yet-to-Be-Released Air Jordan 14 Sample Is Inspiring Reggie Miller’s

This Yet-to-Be-Released Air Jordan 14 Sample Is Inspiring Reggie Miller’s

Originally released in 1998, the Air Jordan 14 is a representation of Michael Jordan’s passion for motorsports, featuring a Ferrari-inspired design. And, like many of Tinker Hatfield’s best designs, the silhouette retains a cult following despite rarely appearing on the market as frequently as the Air Jordan 1 or 4. There have also been a number of looksee samples released in the years since its debut, one of which has just been detailed by English Sole.

According to the collector, this Air Jordan 14 is inspired by Reggie Miller, with its colour scheme evoking the athlete’s game shoes. To compare it to an existing colorway, the pair bears a strong resemblance to the “Thunder,” as it utilises a number of the same tones. Yellow accents similar points, but much more subtly, by dressing the “Jumpman” emblem, heel, and sole. The most noticeable distinction is the white midsole, which contrasts visually with the black leather and nubuck uppers.

See the provided imagery below for a closer look at this unreleased sample.

In other news, it appears as though the Undefeated Air Jordan 4 will release this year.