Latest Nike Air Jordan 14 “Ginger” to be released on August 24, 2022

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Latest Nike Air Jordan 14 “Ginger” to be released on August 24, 2022

Jordan Release Dates 2022, The ‘Ginger’ Air Jordan 14 was originally released as a low-top back in 1999. One of three original low-top colorways, to date, this pair has yet to retro in its initial form. Jordan Brand won’t just revisit the 14, but they will also bring back the Air Jordan 13 ‘Brave Blue’ as a mid.Taking style cues from one of auto industry’s most opulent brands, Ferrari, the AJ14 is nicknamed ‘The Last Shot’ due to Jordan wearing them as he hit the game winning shot in his final game with the Chicago Bulls in the 1998 NBA Finals. This latest iteration, ‘Thunder’, takes the iconic silhouette and replaces the red with a vibrant yellow accent whilst keeping the signature black nubuck upper. Noted for its paneled uppers, the shoe is finished off with Jumpman decal to the side panel, ’23′ to the heel and sleek-yet-heavily-padded ankle.
The Air Jordan 14 'Ginger' doesn't feature the world's most intricate colourblocking scheme, but with its bold hues and compelling construction it really doesn't need to. Its 'Light Ginger/Black-White' palette is spread across nubuck quarters, leather toeboxes, mesh tongues, rubberized heel pieces and foam midsole 'teeth,' with classic branded details like a Jumpman-equipped shield, Michael Jordan's #23 on the heel and small tongue, forefoot and outsole hits making an appearance as well.
The upcoming Air Jordan 11 Cherry gives off vibes from the Air Jordan 11 PE “OU” that Blake Griffin once wore, but the patent leather rand around the sneaker features a brighter red than the Sooner Crimson. Patent leather mudguards indulge in the Jordans‘ most eye-catching hue, as do several other components across the upper. Leather and nylon construction at the base layer and other accompanying panels deviate in a “colorless” look that allows for the pair’s “Cherry” flair to pop that much more. Underfoot, outsoles introduce a semi-translucent, icy blue finish to the mix, which promises to keep the holiday-ready Jordan 11 rocking clean – not yellowed – tread for years to come.

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