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Air Jordan 14 “Last Shot”: A Brief History

Article by Nicolas Suzon

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It’s been a while since we’ve seen an OG release of the Air Jordan 14, the last signature model of Michael Jordan’s career on Chicago Bulls.

We are more than excited that tomorrow, Saturday June 16, Jordan Brand is releasing the iconic “Last Shot” colorway,

celebrating its twentieth anniversary.

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This certain model was worn by Michael Jordan during the 1998 final game of 1998 against Utah Jazz for the NBA championship.

The nickname of the shoe was adopted by the GOAT’s last shot in the game, one of the most memorable ones in the history of the sport,

which gave the victory and another championship to the Chicago Bulls a very few seconds before the game’s end.

At that moment, the “Last Shot” Air Jordan 14 got forever cemented in the footwear history.

Having been re-released in 1999, 2005, and 2011, the AJ 14 “Last Shot” carries a nubuck and leather mix on the upper

along with metallic red and yellow details, inspired by MJ’s passion on speed cars, especially Ferraris.

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Don’t miss the chance to make this piece of history yours, tomorrow Saturday June 16 in MOC Athens store after 11:00am. First come, first served!

 

2018-06-15T22:32:22+00:00

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