Nike Air Jordan Sneakers,The Air Jordan 1 has seen plenty of interesting colorways in its lifetime. Since the beginning of time, the Jordan 1 has always been Jumpman’s most iconic silhouette, and the Jordan 1 Homage To Home perfectly embodies everything that makes the sneaker so legendary. However, 2018’s Jordan 1 Retro High OG NRG “Homage To Home” may take the cake, splitting two of the silhouettes most famous colorways.Jordan Brand has been on a roll so far this year. With both classic iterations and new colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Retro dropping in the past few months, the brand has given Jordan fans a lot to look forward to. Extremely unique, this shoe features a familiar yet different aesthetic compared to other Jordan 1 models, and it takes some of Jordan Brand’s classic features and combines them with a show stopping and head turning design.There has been a lot of confusion surrounding the release of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage to Home”.However, one of the next upcoming Jordan 1 sneakers is probably one of the most controversial since the original black and red pair was “banned” by the NBA. Jordan Brand cut no corners with this shoe, splitting them straight down the middle with white and red on the interior of each shoe and black covering the outside.
The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage to Home” combines two of the most popular colorways of the shoe of all time by splitting them straight down the middle. The brand-new colorway is the first of its kind for the Jordan 1 and will receive an adequate rollout to accommodate it.Dressed in the classic Chicago Bulls colour scheme, having a mix of ‘Black’, ‘White’ and ‘University Red’, the Homage to Home is split to showcase the Banned look, which was famously worn by Michael Jordan in the ’85 dunk contest on the lateral side, and the familiar Chicago makeup on the medial side.The word “grail” is an overused word in sneaker nomenclature, but it certainly applies here. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage To Home” splits the famed “Banned” and “Chicago” colorways down the middle and combines them into one cohesive sneaker. Ahead of this weekend’s release of the Chicago-exclusive numbered edition of the “Homage To Home” Jordan 1s, official images of the split sneakers have been released.While the “Homage to Home” 1 was originally reported to release at the end of April, new information states that April’s release will be extremely limited.Featuring premium tumbled leather, “From” and “For” detailing on the heel tabs and individual numbering on the lateral side of the sockliner, only 2,300 pairs of this special-edition sneaker were produced. You’ll have to be in Chicago this weekend if you want to grab a pair of these numbered exclusives, but if you’re not, the shoes will see a wider, non-numbered release May 19th.
Nike Air Jordan Shoes, the Chicago Nike Store will release 2,300 numbered pairs of the split-colored Jordan, as both of the featured colorways pay tribute to the Windy City.Featuring half of the OG Bred and Chicago color blocking, the “Homage to Home” is easily one of the wildest Jordan 1’s to ever release. If you are searching for the perfect pair of kicks to wear both on the street and on the court, then look no further than the Jordan 1 Homage To Home! We recommend you go true to size for the perfect fit!This pair is limited to 2,300 pairs only with each individually numbered on the inside. Other key details include the words “FROM” and “FOR” text on the heels, and Nike Air branded tongues.Then, almost one month later, the Air Jordan 1 mashup will receive a global release. The shoes were originally rumored to drop in May of this year, though new leak information says that the shoes have been fast-tracked to release earlier instead, now releasing late April.The shoe basically combines two iconic colorways, with the Air Jordan 1 Banned and Air Jordan 1 Chicago into one.
The Jordan 1 Homage To Home is limited to just 2,300 individually numbered pairs, marking one of the year’s most limited drops,Key details include Nike Air branded tongues, insoles and the wings logo across its ankles, while a white midsole and red outsole completes the design altogether. The “Homage To Home” features the Jordan 1 “Bred” colorway on the lateral side, and Jordan 1 “Chicago” detailing on the medial side, split evenly down the middle with a spliced aesthetic reminiscent of the classic “Scarface” Air Force 1s. This featured version is the limited edition which basically combines two iconic colorways, the Air Jordan 1 Banned and Air Jordan 1 Chicago into one. The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage to Home” combines two of the most coveted colorways of all time, the “Chicago” and “Bred” Jordan 1s.so be sure to hit that bell icon above for release reminders on the run up to launch, as well as an email alert as soon as these go live!