The Air Jordan 14 is attributed to Michael Jordan’s last sneaker during his time in the Windy City. This summer, the silhouette gets a Chicago Bulls-themed makeover to celebrate the historic run his Airness had in the city of Chicago. Michael Jordan’s love of sports cars took center stage with the Air Jordan 14. The shoe’s design took inspiration from one of MJ’s favorite cars that he drove. The shoes came to be known as some of the most comfortable Air Jordans ever, but it was their revolutionary technology that truly set them apart. Blazing red nubuck appears on the upper, save for the contrasting black nubuck toe and mesh tongue. The aforementioned sports car inspiration comes into play as a tiny Jumpman emblem resembling a Ferrari logo dots the collar and black rubber bumper with white Jumpman and “23” branding graces the heel. The asymmetrical collar and spoiler-like design of the higher cut tongue combine to enhance the sporty nature of the shoe.