Above The Money Borrowed From The AJ2 “Beach” To Customize This Jordan 14

Jordanheads who are not able to get their eyes off this Air Jordan 14 iteration featured here are going to feel both delighted and disappointed. The last time the Air Jordan 14 made an appearance in sneaker related news was back in February when a never-before-seen Air Jordan 14 PE, which had been designed for Ray Allen, was unveiled. Jordanheads may or may not know this, but two brand new Air Jordan 14 colorways are also scheduled to make their way to retailers in the upcoming months of 2016 jordan releases. Unfortunately, they will not be able to cop a pair of the Air Jordan 14 featured here.

Above The Money Borrowed From The AJ2 “Beach” To Customize This Jordan 14-Aj-14-1For Jordanheads who may not have realized it yet, the Air Jordan 14 that can be seen here is a custom designed by customizer Above the Money. They may have at least noticed the fact that this custom rendition draws its inspiration from the Just Don x Air Jordan 2Beach,” which has been rightly dubbed one of the most costly Air Jordan sneakers to have ever hit the shelves. Even then, apparently a great number of avid collectors paid the $650 retail price in order to grab a pair of the Just Don x Air Jordan 2 “Beach,” which made its retail debut two months ago on January 30th.

Much like the sneaker it is inspired by, this Air Jordan 14 custom has uppers (including the laces) that are entirely dressed up in the same creamy brownish hue. Black and white accents also make an appearance on this sneaker, especially over the Ferrari-style Jumpman logo on the side panels. This sneaker also appears to be clean white sole units, gold lace tips and a white hanging tag that featured the Jordan Wings branding.

Above The Money Borrowed From The AJ2 “Beach” To Customize This Jordan 14-Aj-14-2Alas, this sneaker is just not meant to hit the shelves, which means Jordanheads can simply add it to their wish list. Perhaps if they get in touch with Above the Money on Twitter (@_abovethemoney), he might be willing to whip up another pair.

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