The Air Jordan XIV 'Last Shot is now available for purchase.


The Air Jordan XIV 'Last Shot' is one of the most slept on and historically impactful amongst all of the classic Air Jordan retros. On June 14, 1998, Michael Jordan solidified his sixth and final NBA ring by hitting a pivotal and monumental jump shot from the top of the key over Bryon Russell, the game ended, 87-86, after John Stockton missed a game-winning three-pointer. Coincidentally, many believe that the play was one of the worst no calls in NBA history, stating that the officiating crew didn't call an offensive foul on MJ23 for the push off on Russell.

Now, Mike's notorious Air Jordan XIV is now one of the most historic silhouettes in basketball history and Jordan Brand is preparing to drop a duel sneaker pack for the 20th anniversary of Michael Jordan's historic championship moment with the re-release of the 'Lost Shot' AJ XIV and Air Jordan XXXII.

Both sneakers come in the classic 'Bred' color blocking while the Air Jordan XIV takes on the aesthetic and design inspired by Ferrari while the Air Jordan XXXII features updated tech like a Flyknit woven base and React cushioning system. Both pairs of kicks feature the Ferrari Jumpman logo appropriately placed on both sneakers.

The Air Jordan XXXII 'Last Shot' will be available on June 9th on the Nike SNKRS app for a retail price tag of $160. The Air Jordan XIV 'Last Shot' will be available come June 14th for a retail price tag of $190. With that said, who's copping these classics when they drop? Let us know in the comments.

Source: sneakernews.com