After a preview of a Supreme x Air Jordan XIV collaboration was seen on Bloody Osiris, both brands have officially confirmed the newly designed sneakers. Originally introduced in 1998, the Air Jordan XIV pulled design pointers from Michael Jordan’s obsession with luxury vehicles, namely, his Ferrari 550 Maranello. Jordan wore the silhouette in his final game with the Chicago Bulls during Game 6 of the 1998 NBA finals.
Arriving in two different colorways, the Supreme x Air Jordan 14 includes a leather and nubuck upper outfitted with metal studs and red accents which match the printed insoles. Branding appears as the Jumpman logo at the toe, woven logos on the mesh tongues, rubber logo heel panels and Supreme marked enamel shield graphics. Lastly, both pairs feature painted contrasting midsole panels alongside tonal rubber outsoles and Supreme x Jordan Brand hangtags.
The Supreme x Air Jordan XIV sneakers will be available in-store at New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, London, Paris and online on June 13. Japan will see a release on June 15.
While you’re here, take a look at the forthcoming PATTA x Air Jordan VII design.