The Air Jordan 1 is a timeless shoe. First released in 1985, it has been reimagined and released in new colorways countless times. And yet, somehow, Jordan Brand always manages to find new ways to keep the design fresh. The latest version of the shoe, the Air Jordan 1 Low Homage Split, is a perfect example of this.
The Jordan 1 Low Homage Split comes in a full tumbled leather build, with a white base and black overlays on the lateral (outer) side of the shoe, and the reverse on the medial (inner) side. It also features split nylon tongues and a white midsole atop a black rubber outsole.
The most striking thing about this shoe is the way that the two colors are divided. Usually, when a shoe has two colors, one is featured more prominently than the other. But on this shoe, both colors are given an equal platform. This makes for a bold look that is sure to turn heads.
Of course, as with all Air Jordans, the attention to detail is impeccable. From the Nike “Swoosh” logo on the sides to the Jumpman logo on the tongue, every aspect of this shoe screams quality. And that’s something that sneakerheads have come to expect from Jordan Brand. If you’re interested in picking up a pair, refer to the details below
Where To Buy The Air Jordan 1 Low Homage Split
- Release Date: 2022-09-22
- Style Code:DR0502-101
- Color: Black / White
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Jordan 1 Low homage Split: Resale Value
The chart above gives us a breakdown of the average sale price of the shoes by size, as well as the returns generated associated with those sizes. As you can see, every single sale resulted in a major loss with the worst ones being sizes 10,10.5,11.5,6,6.5 and 7.5. What is to be concluded about this shoe?
You certainly don’t want to sell this shoe right now. There is no doubt in my mind that in about 48 months, most pairs will have a resale value in the low $200’s, and possibly more. So this is definitely a good long term investment option. So if you have working capital, stack up as many pairs as possible. For right now, buyers ought to reJoice as most pairs are selling for below retail, via StockX, CLICK HERE.