Nike Air Jordan XIV “Last shot” Retro
Originally released on general sale in 1999, the Air Jordan XIV (14) was the last model MJ wore on the courts before his retirement from the Chicago Bulls on 13th January 1999 and is perhaps best know as the shoe Michael wore scoring the ‘last shot’ against Utah Jazz to clinch the 1997/98 title and the Bulls 6th championship in 8 years. Top Nike designers Tinker Hatfield and Mark Smith drew inspiration from Michaels Ferrari 550M to create (at the time) one of the most iconic releases from the Jordan Brand catalogue. The XIV was the first of three consecutive Jordan models to feature metal lace aglets (lace tips) and the first to begin a trend of having a number of features that would count up to the models number (each foot of the XIV features 7 Jumpman logos). Release for only the time in it's original and best colourway, the Nike Air Jordan XIV "Last shot" (blk/var red-blk) releases in limited numbers from size? stores and online tomorrow (17th December).
Michaels ‘last shot’ championship winning swoosh: