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Air Jordan 14 Retro ‘Black Toe’ – New Images

I feel as if I’m one of the few that loves the Air Jordan 14… unless they’re limited of course.

The black toe has a special place in my nostalgia locker as I used to hoop in these when they originally released. Great hoop shoe then and they still hold true to today’s game. Luckily, they will make a return alongside the ‘failed’ new colorways and I’m guessing this pair will sellout.

Take a look at this new set of images and let me know what you think below in the comment section.

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  1. The paint jobs around the teeth and midsole area of the two recently release XIVs were crappy for the most part. A lot of people that I know have complained about it. I keep seeing the Sport Blue, Wolf Grey, & Cool Grey pair still on shelves when I walk in a store. My personal pair of Thunder(Wu-Tang in my circle) XIVs made it out of the factory looking good though. If I can get an exact good quality pair of Black Toe XIVs like pictured here on 9/20/14, I will be good too.

  2. I still regret dropping The Last Shots after try them on 2 or 3 years ago.

    I don’t understand why the XIV are so underrated between sneakerheads when almost all CWs look great for casual wearing, they’re still great to hoop on them, and on top of that, Jordan wore them while goatly ending his legendary career.

    I will cop the Black Toes for sure, and if still available, the Sport Blues.

      1. ¬¬
        (in Tony Soprano’s annoyed voice): Oh Come ooooon!! It was great to see Michael back still whooping asses at 40. But his legendary career ended as a Bull and not playing alongside Kwamay Brown and a young hyped Rip Hamilton, and Jermaine O’neal ruinning his clutch turning fade away jumper over The Matrix in the All-Star.

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