This colorway of the Air Jordan 14 originally debuted in 1999, and finally, after seventeen years, the model will be reintroduced starting this weekend.
Simply staying true to its OG makeup, the Ferrari 550M-inspired basketball silhouette incorporates a smooth/tumbled white leather upper with contrasting black accents solidifying its build on the tongue, midsole unit, laces and inner lining for a clean two-tone palette.
The sneaker is further pronounced with accents of legend blue and green implemented throughout its entirety. Furthermore, seven Jumpman symbols are placed across the model, which is located on the shield, two metal-tip laces, sole, heel, toe box, and insoles to cap off its overall aesthetic.
Retailing for $190, you can purchase the model at select Nike and JB retailers on Saturday, July 16th. GS sizes (3.5y – 7y) are listed at $140.
Click and bookmark our official Air Jordan 14 Oxidized Green (2016) launch page now for more images, info and release details.
The color combo is essentially a classic, but I’m not really fond of this model. Although it hasn’t been seen since ’99, I’m sure fans of the silhouette are elated for the revival.
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