Clot and Air Jordan have found a great friendship with each other with a handful of collaborations going down the last couple of years. While the 2018 Air Jordan 13 Low has become a grail since its release, the brand is now set to drop an Air Jordan 14 Low in 2021. 

Edison Chen has grown his streetwear label up from the ground to an impressive collaborative force that collaborated with Jordan, Be@rbrick, Disney, and other huge companies. While hype continues to increase yearly, Clot will be continuing their Air Jordan partnership into next year with an Air Jordan 14 Low. While no leaked images have surfaced just yet, the official colorway is slated for Sepia Stone, Terra Blush, and Desert Sand. We expect the AJ14 Low to feature a neutral-toned design while also featuring double branding throughout.


The Clot x Air Jordan 14 Low isn’t expected to release until next year in 2021 at select retailers, Clot, and As of now, the retail price is still unknown as well but we expected more details and leaked images to surface very soon so make sure to follow JustFreshKicks for all of the latest updates and more of the latest Air Jordan release news.

Clot x Air Jordan 14 Low
Color: Sepia Stone/Terra Blush-Desert Sand
Style Code: DC9857-200
Release Date: February 8th, 2021
Retail Price: $200

UPDATE 1/26: Official images are here for the Clot x Air Jordan 14 which will be releasing February 8th in China and see a wider global release on the 11th. The retail price is set at $200.

UPDATE 1/21: Clot has revealed their Air Jordan 14 Low which is set to release February 8th, 2021. Stay tuned for more details.

UPDATE 1/4: Check out new detailed images of the CLOT x Air Jordan 14 Low as we wait for confirmed release information.

UPDATE 12/19: We now have a detailed look at next year’s CLOT x Air Jordan 14 via Hanzuying which you can check out below.

UPDATE 12/11: Our first look is finally here thanks to ZsneakerHeadz which you can check out below. Keep it locked for more images and more updates regarding the future release.

Sources: SHOF, zsneakerheadz, HouseofHeat