The Air Jordan 14 is Back in “Metallic Silver”

Designed by Tinker Hatfield and first released in 1998, the Air Jordan 14 was the last sneaker Michael Jordan wore during his final season with the Chicago Bulls. Since its initial release, it has become a favorite among sneakerheads and basketball fans. Now, with the release of the Air Jordan 14 Retro "Metallic Silver," this classic silhouette is set to make a bold statement once again.

This upcoming colorway is a fresh take on the classic design. The shoe features a “Metallic Silver” leather upper that's sure to turn heads, along with black and “Fire Red” accents on the tongues, laces, and outsoles. The shoe's sleek lines and aerodynamic design are a nod to the Ferrari 550, which was one of Michael Jordan's favorite cars at the time of the Air Jordan 14's original release.

In addition to its eye-catching design, the Women's Air Jordan 14 Retro "Metallic Silver" is built for performance. The shoe features Air cushioning for responsive support, while foam midsoles provide additional comfort and stability. The shoe's herringbone-pattern outsole is designed to provide maximum traction on and off the court.

Looking to cop a pair? The Air Jordan 14 Retro “Metallic Silver” will be available on and DTLR stores on March 3rd in women’s sizes.