One of the most underrated Jumpman models ever would have to be the Air Jordan 14. Overall, this is a truly fantastic silhouette that has offered up some great colorways. This shoe has plenty of references to sports cars, which continues to be a passion of Michael Jordan's. Although some leave this shoe outside of their Jordan Brand top 10, there is no doubt that it still has its place in the library. At the end of the day, if you have good taste, you probably enjoy at least a few colorways of these.
The Air Jordan 14 is set to get a few releases throughout 2023. Furthermore, it seems like 2024 will also bring about some new offerings. We know this thanks to the sheer amount of leaks and teasers that have been reported today. Sneakerfiles.com and @zsneakerheadz have been responsible for many of these leaks. Overall, if you are a fan of Jordan Brand, there has been a lot of information to digest. Subsequently, there is even more to take in as the "Flint Grey" Air Jordan 14 is being depicted in a Photoshop rendering.
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"Flint Grey" Air Jordan 14
As you can see in the image up above, this is a neutral yet very clean colorway. Firstly, the upper is covered in a gorgeous shade of grey leather. Secondly, the midsole is covered in white and more grey. Overall, the shoe doesn't have that much going on in terms of color. That said, everything still comes together very well here. If you love the Air Jordan 14, this might be worth copping.
Just like all of the other recent teasers we have reported on, this shoe is supposed to drop sometime next year in the Spring. However, this information has not been confirmed by Jordan Brand. Hopefully, we will get an in-hand look at this sneaker, sooner rather than later. Let us know what you think of this sneaker, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for the latest news and updates from around the sneaker world. We will be sure to bring you the biggest releases from the biggest brands.
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