Air Jordan 14 Retro “Oxi Green”,In more recent times, it turns out that Marcus Jordan has also laced up in this year’s version of the Air Jordan 14 “Oxidized Green” based on the on-feet photo of the sneaker he shared on his Twitter account (@heirmj). Much like the 1999 OG, the upcoming rendition is also dressed up in a combination of Black, Legend Blue, Metallic Silver, Oxidized Green and White. In particular, the uppers are predominantly clean White, while sporting contrasting Black and Metallic Silver accents. The sides of the sneaker feature the signature, Ferrari shield Jumpman logo, while the “23” that can be spotted on the heels is covered in Oxidized Green. Continue reading Air Jordan 14 Retro “Oxi Green”
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At the end of each year, everyone starts the speculation in regards to the array of pairs Jordan Brand will surprise us with in terms of their ongoing retro catalog. 2016 has already brought us news of a couple of Nike Air branded classics and the return of both the Bred 1s and Royal 1s. Now we’re getting word that two oft-forgotten OG colorways of the Air Jordan 14 will be added to the schedule with the return of the Air Jordan 14 “Indiglo” and Air Jordan 14 “Oxidized” (also known as the Oxi Green pair). Each was featured all the way back in 1999 with colorways far removed from any Chicago reference and set a precedent for the modern outlook of signature colorways as the AJ14 released in nine original options.
Michael Jordan wearing the ‘Last Shot’ Air Jordan 14Originally released from 1998-1999, the Jordan 14 was the first signature shoe to release after Michael Jordan retired from the NBA for the second time. Eight colorways were released, with three of them low top. When looking back at a specific Air Jordan model, the 14 ranks near the top, as there really wasn’t a bad colorway released (debatable in regards to the lows). To date, only three OGs have been retroed, with many still hoping to see others like the “Oxidized Greens” and “Indiglos.” return at some point.
In the summer of 2000, Eastbay exclusively dropped the “UNC” player exclusive edition, which was a big surprise to everyone. After that, we waited five years for the first Air Jordan 14 Retro. That run lasted from September 2005 through March 2006, with both high and low tops released, as well as some women’s exclusives. The years 2008 saw the model return as a part of the Air Jordan 14/9 Collezione “Countdown” Package in a brand new colorway inspired by the black Chicago Bulls pinstripe jersey.
In 2011, the Air Jordan 14 Retro dropped in two colorways, including the second re-release of the original “Last Shots.” A few months later, the OG white and red colorway was retroed for the second time. Multiple styles released again in 2014, including the original “Black Toes” in OG form. This year. the Air Jordan 14 Retro Low is back for the first time since 2006, bringing back an OG colorway after sixteen years. Take a look at the history of the Air Jordan 14, from its first release up to the most recent retro, below.
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Air Jordan 14 Low Laney Release Date
Air Jordan 14 Low Laney
Color:Varsity Royal/Black-Varsity Maize-White
Sneaker Release Date:October 3, 2015
The bottom portion is clean with just black and the Jumpman logo combined. Not much to talk about – but then, the upper portion is already a work of art. The Jordan release date for this baby is on October 3, 2015
We know – the term is usually “Red Carpet” but with the Varsity Royal, the blue carpet seems apt. Another excellent colorway added to the Air Jordan 14 Retro Low line, this particular pair has something that really catches the eye.Sneakersreleasedate presents an incredibly clear image of the shoes and I guess the first thing everyone asks about it would be: why is the tongue sticking out? The end of the tongue – which is usually tucked inside the shoe – is standing proud and tall with the Varsity Royal. The edge is capped with a yellow rubber-like structure with the words “Jordan” in bold letters.Along the sides where the heels typically reside, you’ve got a marble-like design with the Jumpman logo inside. We’re particularly happy with this marble-like addition because it really makes the logo pop-out. The circle itself is white with the black Jumpman managing to stand out and really grab the eye.Aside from the yellow edging, the tongue is couched in full black and so are the laces. There’s a defined line between the body of the shoes and the eyelet, creating a straight line of blue that manages to pull off a clean and seamless look.
The trim is black and the Jumpman logo is proudly displayed on its center – but not too big that it overwhelms the overall design. The logo itself is stitched and boasts of the golden-yellow shade with a flawless finish. The soles are a combination of black and white, layered together so that the black occupies the outsole.