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Better Air Jordan 14: “Candy Cane” or “Forest Green”

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In 1998, Tinker Hatfield crafted the Air Jordan 14, boasting a sleek design inspired by Ferrari. This iconic sneaker, featuring the Jumpman logo and ribbed midsole, captivates sneaker enthusiasts worldwide. Now, let’s revisit two popular renditions – the “Candy Cane” and “Forest Green” releases – that have made a lasting impact on sneaker culture.

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The Air Jordan 14 “Candy Cane” resurfaced in 2019, marking its second retro appearance. Its leather upper, combining tumbled and smooth finishes, offers breathability through perforations. Varsity Red accents adorn the tongue, heel, and midsole, complementing the Zoom Air cushioning and stability-providing shank plate. The outsole, equipped with a herringbone traction pattern, completes the look.

In 2005, the Air Jordan 14 “Forest Green” emerged, showcasing its signature color predominantly on the tooling. Forest Green accents grace the midsole, heel, and branding, while the White leather upper incorporates breathability-enhancing perforations. A Black carbon fiber midsole shank ensures optimal support.

Explore both Air Jordan 14s and share your preference by voting below. Which release stole the spotlight for you?

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Air Jordan 14 “Candy Cane”

Air Jordan 14 “Forest Green”

Mario Briguglio
Mario Briguglio
Founder and Editor in Chief. My passion for sneakers started at age 6 and now I've turned my passion into a profession. Favorite Kicks - Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"

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