These Air Jordan 14 Colorways Will Hit The Shelves In The Coming Months

So far, Jordan Brand has not dropped any Air Jordan 14 release this year. The most recent one was last year’s Air Jordan 13/14 “Defining Moments” Pack, which made its retail debut back in June 2017. The Air Jordan 14 iteration that was a part of it was dressed up in a combination of Black and Gold. The entire pack, including adult-sized pairs of both sneakers, had been available at a whopping price of $500. Despite the lack of new releases since last year, several Air Jordan 14 colorways were unveiled. It turns out that they will all be joining this year’s upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018.

One of these upcoming releases is the Air Jordan 14 “Desert Sand.” It is uncertain what material has been used for the uppers, but it appears to be suede. The uppers are predominantly dressed up in a light sandy shade of Beige, along with Black covering the branding, inner lining, laces tongues, and also appearing over the midsoles and the signature Ferrari-inspired shield. Its heels are plain White with some Infrared 23-colored detailing and it is equipped with all-White soles. Two other colorways that were unveiled last year were dubbed “Last Shot” and “Candy Cane.”

The Air Jordan 14 is actually a part of Nike’s upcoming “Art Of A ChampionCollection. Michael Jordan rocked it on June 14th, 1998 as the Chicago Bulls faced off against the Utah Jazz in the NBA Finals. It is a simple and sleek, nearly all-Black colorway, which features some Red-colored detailing and some Yellow over the shield. Michael Jordan also wore the Air Jordan 14 “Candy Cane” back in 1999. It is almost entirely clean White, Varsity Red appearing mostly over the soles as well as on the heels and tongues, while Black-colored accents can be spotted too.

While there is no official confirmation, the Air Jordan 14 “Desert Sand” will arrive either on May 15th or 19th. Based on last year’s reports, the Air Jordan 14 “Last Shot” with the rest of the “Art Of A Champion” Collection can be expected to probably debut on June 16th. Last but not least, the Air Jordan 14 “Candy Cane” will apparently be joining September’s Air Jordan releases 2018. Moreover, each of these releases will retail at the same price of $190.

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