2019 has been an incredible year so far for Jordan Brand as they have released a ton of colorways for their most classic models. While the Jordan 1 and Jordan 6 have been the biggest beneficiaries so far, it looks as though the Air Jordan 14 is next up. This colorway, dubbed "Candy Cane," is modeled after Rip Hamilton's Jordan 14 PE when he played for UCONN and won the NCAA National Championship. Hamilton also won Most Outstanding Player honors at the 1999 tournament and his shoes have gone down in infamy.

While images of the shoe have popped up here and there, we are now getting some detailed images of the sneaker courtesy of the Instagram user @zsneakerheadz

The shoes are constructed with a white upper, while hits of red can be found on the midsole. Just looking at these sneakers, it's obvious why they would be nicknamed "Candy Cane." They're a pretty clean pair of shoes that have a story to tell. It's rare PE's ever make it to retailers so OG Jordanheads will definitely be a fan of these.

For those who want to cop, they will be hitting Jordan Brand retailers on April 6th for $190 USD. April 6th is also the same day as the Final Four of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.