Jordan Brand has revisited one of its iconic models first released in 2014: the Air Jordan XIV “Ferrari.” Originally a nod to Michael Jordan’s love for Italian sportscars, the AJ14 was dressed in a Prancing Horse-reminiscent red with yellow detailing. Now, the Jumpman has taken the design and reversed it, swapping out the racing red with a “University Gold.”
Much like its predecessor, the new “Reverse Ferrari” colorway boasts a one-piece tumbled nubuck upper in “University Gold” coupled with black and red detailing on the throat, tongue, and sole, as well as the logos on the heel. Other details remain the same as the original 2014 release, with faux carbon fiber panels adorning the EVA midsole, held together via a chrome shank plate.
The Air Jordan XIV “Reverse Ferarri” will be available over at the Nike store on June 22 for a retail price of $200 USD.
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