The Air Jordan 14 "Last Shot" Celebrates 20 Years
Back for the first time since 2011.
During the 1998 Finals game between the Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz, Michael Jordan threw the game-winning shot in Game 6, with just 5.2 seconds left on the clock. This moment marked the Bulls’ sixth Championship and second three-peat, an epic moment in basketball history. In honor of the event, Air Jordan debuted the Air Jordan 14 “Last Shot,” a nearly all-black, tumbled leather basketball shoe resembling the ones Jordan himself wore that day.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the brand will be re-releasing it this June 14, the day of the monumental win; this will be the first return of the shoe since 2011. Expect it to hit Jordan brand stores and online for $190 USD. In other footwear news, check out the Derek Jeter Air Jordan 11 Low “RE2PECT.”
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