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Do you think the Air Jordan 1 Retro is worth to buy ?

Asked by niky999 on 05/16/2018 at 9:10 PM

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage To Home” has likely become common knowledge. However, you probably do not know why decided to whip up such a hybrid colorway, adding it to this year’s Air Jordan releases 2018. In fact, there is a reason that Jordan Brand opted to merge these two particular OG colorways, namely the “Bred’ and “Chicago.”The highlight of this iteration is the fact that one half of each shoe is dressed up in the model’s iconic “Bred” color scheme and the other in the “Chicago” color scheme. In addition to the Air Jordan 1 “Homage To Home,” two other colorways also seem to be on their way, one of which is apparently a women’s exclusive. On February 10th, 1985, Michael Jordan actually ended up lacing up in both the Air Jordan 1 “Bred,” which is often referred to as the “Banned” colorway, and the Air Jordan 1 “Chicago.”Back in 2016 and in 2017, Jordan Brand dropped the “Bred” and “Royal” iterations of the Air Jordan 1 Satin, respectively. As you may recall, Jordan Brand dropped the Air Jordan 1 “Shattered Backboard” on June 27th, 2015. The other sides of each shoe are dressed up in the “Bred” color scheme, while the inner sides in the “Chicago” color scheme.Last but not least, zsneakerheadz has revealed that Jordan Brand has whipped up one more colorway of the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG.

The Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Homage To Home” seen above was first previewed back in August 2017. At first, it was assumed that it might be a sample, but it was later revealed that it would be joining this year’s Jordan releases 2018.Back in 1985, the Air Jordan 1 was originally released in a plethora of colorways. However, the “Bred” and “Chicago” were two colorways that were the most memorable and Michael Jordan actually laced up in them during his prime. Referred to as “the devil’s colors” at one point by Michael Jordan, Black, Red and White ended up becoming his signature color scheme.Off the court, Michael Jordan certainly rocked numerous other colorways at the time, such as the Air Jordan 1 “Game Royal.” Of course, in order to comply with the NBA’s “uniformity of uniform rule,” Michael Jordan could only wear sneakers dressed up in a Black, Red and White color scheme, at least until he played for the Chicago Bulls.Now, Jordan Brand is replicating that color scheme onto this women’s Air Jordan 1 Satin iteration. Apart from the addition of satin, the sneaker is still dressed up in the same combination of Black, Sail, Starfish and White hues. It is also equipped with all-White midsoles and the Starfish hue also covers its entire translucent outsoles.No one could have guessed though that these two iconic colorways would be brought together in such a way. As you may also know, the Air Jordan 1 “Homage To Home” is longitudinally split between these two colorways, right in the middle. This one actually does not have any particular nickname as of yet and the image seen above is actually a Photoshop recreation by Instagram user Jays are dead.FILA Summer Sandals .

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