The Air Jordan 14 was designed to be a well oiled machine. Taking cues from the Ferrari, the 14 was built to keep you moving fast and always with your tires to the ground (so to speak) thanks to unparalleled traction. The 14 also featured many other parts that were borrowed from the car, such as a side ventilation system as well the badge that swapped out the prancing pony for the Jumping Man (couldn’t resist). The shoe has seen it’s share of retro versions, but none like the XX8 Days of Flight version. The long lost twin of the Indiglo 14, the XX8-inspired variation sticks to the all black leather scheme with the neon green outsole and liner. Would these rank amongst some of the best 14s ever if released?


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