The Air Jordan XIV (14) may be one of the most underrated Air Jordan shoes of all time but what this shoe signifies is the closing of Michael Jordan's final Championship win. The XIV, now labeled as the "Last Shot", was MJ's last shoe he wore during his last season with the Chicago Bulls. Here we have a look at an unreleased sample of the Air Jordan XIV that was supposed to be released with the Countdown Pack but was scrapped. The shoe features a red sole, red stitching and hints of more red for the most part on the rest of the shoe along with black. This would have been a great XIV colorway to be released but who knows? Maybe Jordan Brand will release these one day. More Pics after the Jump! Via Kenlu
Jordan Brand's fusion projects seem to be doing well as they continue to fuse it's own Jordan Brand shoes together with the Air Jordan 5 Prime. Here we have a look at an Air Jordan 5 Prime Black/Red Laser pair already available over seas. The shoe features lasering on just about every panel, The Air Jordan 5 Netting and tongue as well as the Air Jordan 1 Sole. You will be seeing alot of these in 2011. Let us know what you think about this pair.
Around September, Modern Notoriety was the first to show the world the Air Jordan III 2011 sample that caused an uproar throughout websites across the world. Hopes of the classic "Nike Air" on the back was expected throughout the Jordan community but Modern Notoriety confirmed that there would be a Jumpman instead of the Nike Air on the back. Here we have a new image of the classic orange Nike Air style Jumpman tag that will be coming with the 2011 version of the Air Jordan Cement III. Classic Box , Classic Shoe and Classic tag is as OG that this release will get ladies and gentlemen. More After the Jump. Via MK
It's that time of the year again where You sacrifice Your health and well being in the cold for another Doernbecher drop. The Air Jordan III Doernbecher will be releasing tomorrow morning at...