Tinker Hatfield designed the Air Jordan 14 applying aesthetics of a Ferrari sports car onto the model. Some years after the model entered basketball courts and countless sneakerheads’ feet, the Air Jordan 14 Ferrari debuted in 2014. Red suede shells the silhouette and black and yellow follow behind to present a well-crafted sneaker. The pair adopts a seamless red suede upper not that unfamiliar thanks to previous releases like the Air Jordan 5 Toro while carbon fiber lands on the shark teeth and midsole. Add in dashes of yellow on the branding and the Ferrari inspiration is hard to miss.