Streetwear label Supreme works in conjunction with Jordan Brand to bring back one of the ladder's signature silhouette, the Air Jordan XIV. The shoe originally drew attention back in 1998 during the finals when it was worn by Michael Jordan as he got his last ring.
The new design draws inspiration from the legendary athlete's admiration of luxury cars, dropping two colorways of the sneaker. The first colorway boasts hues of black, blue, gray, and red, whereas the second boasts hues of black, red, white, and gray. The uppers are constructed from nubuck leather and original leather materials before accented with metal studs. There are also co-branded details on the sneaker, along with the number 23 on the long mustache nodding to Jordan's number.