Monday, March 24, 2014

 Any time you can transition a sneaker from a hi-top to a lo-top, and still build anticipation for its release, shows your credibility on the streets and the trust of  your company, which allows you to take risks. Tinker Hatfield will forever go down in history as a risk taker, and he's not afraid to bet it all. With the Air Jordan XIV's, Tinker drew inspiration from Mike's Ferrari Modena, and translated that idea into a high performance sneaker.

 The XIV's originally released in 1998, and it was a huge success. This time around, Jordan Brand is including the "Red Suede" colorway, which is a one-piece upper with a special midsole that pays tribute to the classic car Mike made famous.
The picture above shows the perfect visual translation to what Tinker Hatfield did to create such a powerful, well crafted shoe. There are 7 Jumpman logos on each shoe, detailing where the iconic kicks are in the series. Two on the steel lace tips, one on the top toe panel, two underneath the sole, one on the back midsole, and one on the insole. The "Red Suede" XIV's will hit shelves in the third quarter this year. Cali "O" #TeamKickGame

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