The Air Jordan 14 will be going through winterized renovations that will allow the sneaker to thrive in colder, and wetter conditions this upcoming winter. 

Originally debuted in 1998-1999, the Air Jordan 14 was the first silhouette to release after Michael Jordan’s second retirement. Now in 2021, the silhouette will be acquiring a winterized rendition like we’ve seen grace a variety of the brands’ top models. The rendition is set to feature an Archaeo Brown and Multi-color edition but as of now, no leaked images have surfaced just yet. The sneaker will arrive as normal all while featuring more durable materials and a fleece-infused sock-liner liner to keep your feet a little warmer than usual.


The Winterized Air Jordan 14 is confirmed to drop on October 16th, 2021 via select Jordan retailers and for a retail price of $200. Enjoy official images of the new version below and make sure to stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest daily sneaker news.

Air Jordan 14 Winterized
Color: Archaeo Brown/Multi-Color-Multi-Color
Style Code: DO9406-200
Release Date: October 16, 2021
Retail Price: $200


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UPDATE 10/8: Official images are finally here for the Air Jordan 14 “Winterized” which you can enjoy below. See above for online links & raffles ahead of the October 16th release.

UPDATE 9/28: On-foot images are here via Teddy’s Sole for the Air Jordan 14 “Winterized” which you can check out below. The pair is still expected for October.

UPDATE 9/9: Jordan Brand has officially revealed the Air Jordan 14 winterized which you can check out below. Stay tuned for more details going forward.

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