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Air Jordan 14 “Ferrari”

The Air Jordan 14 was made race ready and equipped with the Jordan Jumpman insignia on a Ferrari shaped badge. Set to debut this Fall 2014 is the newest Air Jordan 14 colorway that features a full Red suede base with Yellow accents, carbon fiber midsole, Black outsole and Chrome detailing.

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Co-styled and designed by both Tinker Hatfield and Mark Smith, Jordan Brand will introduce the “Ferrari” Air Jordan 14 later this year. Check out the new detailed photos below courtesy of @asneakerlife and let us know what you think in the comments. Keep it locked to Sneaker Bar for further updates and release info as they develop.

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