February is turning out to be one of the biggest sneaker months in the culture mainly due to sneaker debuts and events surrounding the NBA All-Star Weekend year in and year out. Jordan Brand is set to do numbers with the release of multiple colorways of the Air Jordan III as well as 'Gold Black Toe' patented leather AJ I which has been turning heads.

Now, it looks like the Jumpman is beginning to roll out a sneaker that was revealed last year in August in the Air Jordan I Retro High 'Homage To Home'. A sneaker that combines both the notorious 'Banned' colorway and 'Chicago' color schemes repping Jordan's budding career as a Chicago Bull.

The kicks feature asymmetrical split down the middle of the sneaker where the lateral side of the kicks feature the 'Banned' color scheme which includes the 'Bred' combination of Black and 'Team Red' complete with a black debossed Wings logo located at the ankle collar of the sneaker. While the medial side of the sneaker is dressed in a white leather base, black Nike branding, and 'Team Red' overlays.

A concrete release date for the 'Homage To Home' Air Jordan I hasn't been revealed as of yet but the kicks are rumored to drop in April or May of this year for a retail price tag of $190. Drop your thoughts on the combination sneaker in the comment section.

Source: sneakernews.com