You remember it, 1998 Bulls vs. Jazz NBA Finals Game Six in Salt Lake City. Jordan steals the ball from Malone in the post, takes his team down the court, takes two dribbles to the right, crosses back left (leaving Bryon Russell searching for his jock, and maybe a foul call) and hits a 15 footer to capture his sixth NBA championship ring. The footwear Jordan wore to break the hearts of millions of Jazz fans was the Jordan XIV. The concept was designed after Jordan's Ferrari, and that same design is back again for 2011. This time, instead of the traditional Bulls colorway, a toned down Light Graphite, Midnight Navy, and Black will hit shelves. An upper of mainly nubuck combines with a soft pebble toe box and the familiar ribbed side panel. You have some time to save some cash, expect this colorway to drop in October — retailing for $160.

[via Modern Notoriety]