Who should buy the Air Jordan 14 Retro Low

The first Air Jordan 14 Low was released in June 1999, or a year after the mid-top. It came in three colorways at $130 each. With the same technologies and materials, the Jordan brand re-released these low-tops throughout the years. This is a solid option for you if:

  • You're looking for an Air Jordan low-top that can still serve style and comfort.
  • You're big on comfort and stability when it comes to your agile game play.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low logo name

Air Jordan's outstanding midsole setup

This low-top model has the same cushioning setup as the mid-top Air Jordan 14. It boasts a Phylon carrier and Zoom units at the forefoot and heel.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low midsole

This setup keeps the knees and leg muscles free from stress and fatigue all day or game long. During play, the Zoom units absorb impact and responds with great energy return.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low midsole mid

Superb outsole of Air Jordan 14 Retro Low

The Air Jordan 14 Retro Low features a herringbone traction pattern. This traction is unbeatable in supporting lateral and linear footwork.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low outsole front

With the help of its thick rubber outsole and the deep grooves on it, the shoe model performs beastly on any surface, providing superb control and grip.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low outsole heels

Standard secure lockdown system

Just like its mid-top predecessor, the Air Jordan 14 Retro Low uses a standard lacing system. The shoe has two extra eyelets for a more secure lockdown.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low lockdown

To prevent the tongue from moving to one side, the shoe laces pass through a loop at the middle of the tongue.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low eyelets

Air Jordan 14 Retro's comfy construction

A large part of the Air Jordan 14 Retro Low’s upper is made of nubuck leather. Its side panels are made of suede. This combination provides comfort and flexibility. The EVA foam on the sides provides protection against ankle rolls. Additional comfort comes from the padding in the inner walls of the shoe.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low upper

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low's super style

The Air Jordan 14 Low looks best with jogger or short pants. A reviewer paired his shoe, which is in the Laney colorway, with black jogger pants. The pants should be tucked behind the tongue so that the tongue's yellow bar and Jordan callout will be on display.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low low-top

The Jumpman logos are found on the forefoot, lateral side, insole, and outsole. The “JORDAN” callouts are found at the top of the tongue and on the outsole. The “XIV” callouts are located on outsole and at the back of the tongue.

Air Jordan 14 Retro Low forefoot

Facts / Specs

Base model: Air Jordan 14 Retro
Top: Low
Signature: Michael Jordan
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Collection: Air Jordan
Features: Retro
Colorways: Blue

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Dimitrije Curcic

Dimitrije Curcic has been playing basketball for over 22 years. Like Manu Ginobili, he’s a left-hander whose moves led him to a better career-shooting percentage than the Argentine himself. After playing professionally for 10 years, Dimitrije moved to coaching for two seasons before he became a basketball statistician for StatScore, and FanSided contributor for the San Antonio Spurs. Dimitrije loves to tell hoop stories through numbers and graphics and has been featured on Fansided, FiveThirtyEight, Eurohoops, and TalkBasket among the others.