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Look Chill at Any Speed in the Jordan Retro 14
On the courts, Michael Jordan was fast and powerful, and nothing got in his way. Off the courts and behind the wheel of his favorite Italian supercar, he was just as fast and powerful. The only thing that ever held him back was the occasional red light. Own your piece of the Jordan Retro 14 and reflect MJ’s persona on the court and off.
Teamwork Made the Dream Work
The Jordan Retro 14 was the last shoe MJ wore during his tenure in Chicago. He wore the black-and-red colorway of the 14 when he hit “The Last Shot” that sank Utah in the finals for the second straight year. As he raised his arms in triumph for his sixth and final title, sneaker fans like you were focused on his feet.
Designers of the Retro 14 had MJ’s love of sports cars in mind. The shoe’s swooping contours put you in touch with the inspiration behind the shield at the ankle collar. Instead of a horse, it features the Jumpman logo — specifically, 14 of them on each pair.
Jordan Retro shoes include new visits from past heat such as the Retro 4, Retro 5, Retro 9, and more. The 4 reconnects you with “The Shot” that sank a Cleveland team in the 1989 playoffs. The 5 drew its original inspiration from a World War II fighter plane. The 9 forever connects you to the bronze feet of the MJ statue inside his home arena in Chicago.
Every Jordan shoe tells a story, and you can be a part of each chapter. The Jordan Retro 13 collection is a prime example, reflecting the “Black Cat” persona he carried on the courts. Strong and stealthy, pouncing and powerful, it’s a reconnection to a time when MJ was always ready to explode. The outsole resembles a paw, and you can finish your look with a Retro 13 T-shirt from the collection.
Jordan Retro 7 shoes give you a throwback look from the 1992 Barcelona games, where the USA dominated the world in historic fashion.
Browse more Jordan Retro stories and get ready to tell your own.
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