Before his 2020 deal with the Jordan Brand, Bradley Beal rocked Jumpman logos on his shoes while signed with Nike in 2013.
The AJ14 was designed by Tinker Hatfield to look like Michael Jordan’s Ferrari, with the inspiration even seeing a similar crest/logo on the shoe as the luxury car brand. The vents near the shank also mimicked those on the Ferrari F355F1, while also providing breathability to make up for the mostly unventilated upper. Zoom Air units in the heel and forefoot add some bouncy cushioning to the iconic sneaker.
The colorway that Beal rocked way back in 2013 was the “Last Shot” AJ14, which you can find HERE.
You can find the Air Jordan 14 at StockX, GOAT, Flight Club, and Stadium Goods.
Cover image via Sole Collector