Jordan 14 Retro Chartreuse

Jordan 14 Retro Chartreuse



Light Graphite / Chartreuse / Black
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September 25, 2005
Air Jordan 14

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A Look at the Jordan 14 Retro Graphite Chartreuse

The Jordan 14s possess an outsized presence in the history of sneaker and basketball culture. When Michael Jordan sank a 20-foot jump shot with 5 seconds left on the clock in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals, he clinched the sixth series win in eight years for the Chicago Bulls. It was the last shot of that momentous game, the last shot of the series, and the last shot of his career with the Bulls. It was in every sense the last shot of an era, and Mike made it wearing the Air Jordan 14s in Black/Black-Varsity Red, a colorway that would forever after be known as “Last Shot.”

So important was this moment in the history of both the Jordan line and the history of basketball that Nike has re-released the “Last Shot” colorway more than once – in 2005, 2011, and then again in 2018 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of that incredible basket.

Beyond the history-making moment of MJ’s final career basket, the 14s quickly achieved a wild popularity. Just two months after the 14s’ release, Footaction ranked it in position 82 on their list of the 100 best athletic shoes ever produced.

History of Air Jordan 14

Originally released in 1997 and produced in its original generation through 1999 (and then re-issued as a “Retro” in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2014–2018), the Air Jordan 14 was the last model worn on the court by Jordan himself. Like nearly all of the Air Jordans produced during Michael Jordan’s playing career (except models I and II), the 14s were designed by legendary sneaker designer Tinker Hatfield—this time with the help of designer Mark Smith.

Jordan 14 Retro Graphite Chartreuse 2005

After Michael Jordan's second retirement from the NBA, the Jordan brand released the original Jordan 14. It was brought back to market as a retro on September 24, 2005, as the Jordan 14 Retro Graphite Chartreuse. You may also see it referred to as just the Chartreuse. The Graphite Chartreuse consists of a light graphite suede upper with chartreuse detailing. Chartreuse is a bright yellow-green color, appearing at the top of the tongue, back of the heel, and Jumpman. There is also a circular chartreuse "XIV" patch on the bottoms of the shoes. The sneakers are fitted with Zoom Air and Phylon midsoles. For traction, they rely on a herringbone pattern.

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