Air Jordan 14
The last signature model worn by Michael Jordan with the Chicago Bulls, the Air Jordan 14 debuted as a prototype during the 1998 Finals. Famously, MJ made the game-winning shot against the Utah Jazz while wearing the 'Last Shot' colorway. Designed by Tinker Hatfield and modeled after the Ferrari 550—one of MJ’s favorite cars—the AJ11 introduced a Jumpman logo resembling the Ferrari crest and heel panels inspired by the car’s high-performance tires. Today, the silhouette is considered an icon, with retros and new releases commemorating the NBA superstar’s legacy.