words // Brandon Richard
Much like Michael Jordan throughout the course of his storied NBA career, the "Last Shot" Air Jordan 14 is making a second comeback this holiday season. Remembered as the final shoe MJ laced up as a member of the Chicago Bulls, the "Last Shots" were famously spotted on his feet when he crossed over Bryon Russell of the Utah Jazz and sank the game-winning jumper in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals. The black-based sneakers feature Bulls style varsity red accenting and Ferrari-inspired Jumpman branding on the lateral ankle.
Over the last 12 years, the "Last Shot" has undergone several subtle changes, while maintaining the general look of the classic we all know and love. Perhaps that's why the reception has been fairly positive each time out. If you're interested in seeing how the latest incarnation stacks up against the previous two, check out these comparison shots provided by the folks over at Sole Awesome.
12/17/2011 Air Jordan Retro 14
311832-010 Black/Varsity Red-Black