As Jordan Brand continues to leverage its historic success with the Air Jordan 1, new approaches to refresh each of its variants continue to roll out. Recently, this has included the “Split” series of split-colored colorways that invert its colors between the lateral and medial. Beginning on the Air Jordan 1 Mid in “Beach/Cherrywood Red,” the split treatment recently landed on the Air Jordan 1 Low in a tricolored setup of red, gray and black. Now, another low-top entry to the Air Jordan 1 “Split” series has surfaced.
Featuring “Bright Spruce,” a greenish blue hue, this colorway’s tumbled leather upper flips between its signature color and black. On the lateral, “Bright Spruce” covers the base while black outfits the overlays and Swoosh with the color arrangement being inverted on the medial. While the nylon tongues carry the split look, even on the Jumpman tag, the Wings logo at the heel is embroidered in “Bright Spruce” only. Lastly, a sail midsole sits above a black rubber outsole to complete this pair.
No release information regarding the split-colored Air Jordan 1 Low “Bright Spruce” has been shared. Look for it to hit shelves in the coming weeks via Nike and select retailers at a price of $120 USD.
In other Jordan Brand news, official images of the Union-inspired Air Jordan 1 Low “UNC Grey” have been shared by the Swoosh.