Here they are, the infamous "last shot's." These were first seen on the feet of MJ during Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals. They got this nickname due to Jordan hitting his final shot over Bryon Russell of the Utah Jazz, sealing his sixth and final championship and his third three-peat. At the time, no one knew what these sneakers were or if they would even get released. Luckily for all of us, in March of '99 they hit stores. They retailed for $150 and are the only other colorway of the original XIV's released to the public to feature the perforated holes on the sides. In December of 2005, just in time for Christmas, they got retroed.