Sneakerheads get ready for the amazing collaboration of the year Supreme X Air Jordan 14. Jordan has always welcomed many collaborations in its three decades of royal history. The collaborations always made way for the addition of certain new craftsmanship to the existing silhouettes and giving the brand a sustain hype in the retro market. This started in the year 2005 by a militaristic touch on the classic Air Jordan 4 sneaker and packing along matching accessories. Later clothing companies, designers, artists, celebrities, boutiques, and sneaker websites took the baton and added a more personal touch to the iconic silhouettes line up. Even though the collaborations are mostly exclusive collections the response in the markets for the pairs is high.
Jordan is kicking off its 2019 collaboration along with the streetwear giant supreme. Supreme is a New York City skate shop and prolific collaborators in the sneaker industry for years. Air Jordan 5 with the three colorways was the first-ever teamwork from the two in the year 2015. Now the fanatics are really happy to welcome the new member from the collaboration on classic Air Jordan 14 in two colorways.
After a lot of announcements and opinions now the Supremes collaborative Air Jordan 14 is releasing on June 13th in the Supreme website and retail locations followed by the sneaker release in Japan on June 15th. The pair will arrive in the Nike official website on June 19th. The unique pair will be available in white/red and black/blue variations with a special touch of rounded metal studs covering the side panels. The metal studs are an inspiration from the past as Michael Jordan used a studded leather jacket for a photograph in the late ’90s. The pair with the black base and blue accents is a perfect nod to the before-mentioned black cat’s garment and the other is a reflection of the traditional Jordan style white black and red scheme.
Both the colorways flaunt in premium leather uppers and perforated tongues with contrasting detailing on each pair. Customized prominent co-branding can also be seen on the lateral side panel, heel’s rubber panel, insole, and hangtag.
The other add on embellishments on the shoes include Supremes signature box logo, Ferrari inspired logo on the ankle, a Jump man and the usual 23 brandings on the heel tab which is a direct borrowed feature from the classic silhouette Air Jordan 14. Contrasting midsole panels give the maximalist aesthetic look for the sneaker. As announced before the sneaker will hit the market at a price tag of $248.