The Air Jordan 14 Retro “Ginger” Returns for the First Time Since ‘99

In the world of sneakers, things come and go, but they almost always come back. Your patience will be tested, but if you hold out long enough, you’ll eventually be greeted by that coveted pair you couldn’t get your hands on the first time around. And for those who’ve been waiting on the return of the “Ginger” Air Jordan 14, your time has finally come.

Unlike the OG “Ginger” from 1999, this retro release of the fan-favorite colorway returns in mid-cut form. It boasts a citrus-tinted nubuck upper done in the titular “Ginger” hue, with white leather overlays shrouding the toeboxes.

The upper is branded with Ferrari-inspired Jumpman emblems appear on the lateral sides and rubberized Jumpman logos and “23” hits at the heels. Tongues are done in black mesh and feature “Jordan” lettering on the front and “XIX” printed on the back. In a further nod to the silhouette’s sports-car driven design, the soles are equipped with shank plates that mimic the ventilation systems found in those machine’s engines.

This colorway is capped off with foam midsoles done in white and rubber outsoles painted black.

Head over to or your nearest DTLR store on August 17th to grab your pair. Retail is set at $210.