Some of the 23 is Back readers may feel like the upcoming red suede Air Jordan 14 seems to have somewhat of a “Toro” colorway. However, considering that this sneaker has been inspired from the Ferrari design and makes references to it, it would not be justifiable to think of it as a “Toro” colorway. For instance, the bottom pieces of this sneaker showcase chrome parts across them. Nonetheless, no matter what they call it, once August 16 arrives, Jordan heads here can strike off another date from the rest of the 2014 Jordan release dates on their calendars.
Some of the sneaker enthusiasts here may even wonder whether the Air Jordan 14 “Ferrari” could turn out to be the most greatly admired and renowned colorway of the Air Jordan 14 silhouette. It could, but unfortunately Air Jordan 14 sneaker has quite the history behind it. Those who are devoted to OG Air Jordans will probably never admire this “Ferrari” colorway as much as the “Last Shot” colorway of the Air Jordan 14, which commemorates Michael Jordan’s most memorable clutch shot. Then again, the Air Jordan 14 “Ferrari” will still have its fair share of supporters from the younger generation of Jordan heads, especially because of its striking red Ferrari-like looks.
The fact of the matter is that it seems that the “Ferrari” colorway is perhaps 2014’s most anticipated pair of the Air Jordan 14. Ever since the release of the “Last Shot,” sneaker aficionados have probably not been as excited about this model as they are at the moment. Something that has added to the excitement is the fact that all the retail stores where this sneaker will be available apparently have limited stocks, including House of Hoops stores. If this is true, then come August 16, 23 is Back readers would want to rush and cop a pair so they may then focus on the other Jordan release dates 2014 they have their eyes on.