You know we're not the biggest fans of the Jordan 1 Mid. But every now and then we are surprised and find a colourway quite good. This is also the case with the Nike Air Jordan 1 Mid Split, which is a sight to behold. And it comes in two new colourways. All information about the shoe can be found here.
We already know the design of the new colourways from the split from the Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG NRG “Homage 2 Home”. Now the Mid gets the honor of the split design. Let's take a look at the three colors. Or rather six.
THIS IS WHAT THE SNEAKERS LOOK LIKE
The black and white colourway has been haunting the internet for a long time. Not much can be said about that. The classic black and white color blocking is on the outside and reversed on the inside. Easy design, sure looks better than the standard panda dunk. The blue one is a little different: blue and black color blocking on the outside and white and blue on the inside. The red, or rather the Cherrywood, uses the style of the black Jordan 1 Mid again. On the outside the overlays are cherry red and the upper is beige and on the inside it's the other way around. Our favorite colourway. Overall a good design that would certainly have caused a lot more excitement on the Jordan 1 High.
JORDAN 1 MID SPLIT RELEASE DATE
We don't know when exactly the Cherrywood and the blue Nike Air Jordan 1 Mid Split should come. The black split actually came out on July 6th, but a restock is planned for August 23rd. Check the release here. We will create a release for the other two colourways as soon as we know more. But when the time comes, you can definitely buy the models in the SNKRS app and at your favorite shops. For a final list you should check our release calendar. If you always want all the information with one click, download our free app and favorite your favorite releases. It's pretty easy and you'll always have all the information with just two clicks. You should hit the Jordan Split's! Good luck with the release.
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