Jayson Tatum wears never-before-seen Air Jordans to St. Louis Cardinals game
It’s been quite a week for Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum. On Friday, we covered the breakup story of his next signature sneaker with Jordan Brand. Then on Saturday night, the St. Louis native threw the ceremonial first pitch in the Cardinals game.
Luckily, the Cardinals beat divisional rival Chicago Cubs 2-0, and Tatum’s fastball isn’t too bad for a basketball player. Check out the tweeted video of the festivities below.
As always, we focus on the kicks. It took some time and research on the internet to find the exact pair of shoes worn by Tatum. This is an unreleased pair of Air Jordan 14 Lows in a Player Exclusive (PE) colorway.
Air Jordan 14 Low ‘Tatum PE’
Jordan Brand offered Tatum a unique pair of Air Jordan 14 Low inspired by his affinity for Ford Mustang cars. The almost all-black shoe features a mix of premium materials such as nubuck, patent leather, and quilted leather.
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Additionally, Mustang branding is placed on the shoe instead of the usual Ferrari emblems. Additionally, a special nod is given to Tatum’s son with “DEUCE” inside the tongue.
Tatum launched the shoes earlier this summer in a interview with Taylor Rooks of Launderer’s report. Unfortunately, there is no indication that these incredible Air Jordan 14 Lows will be released to the general public. But we can always cross our fingers. In the meantime, stick with FanNation Kicks for all the news about your shoes.
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