This layout is almost similar to the one that was previously prominent in the neutral axis. Most of the shoe is constructed from tumbled leathers, and there is an extra seam that goes all the way down the middle. There’s a side where “Cherrywood Red” is in charge, and it wraps around a “Beach”-colored foundation. Adjacent Wings, as well as the posterior part of the tongue, are branded in a similar fashion. The reverse of the label is a mirror image of the medial’s color scheme.
Featured in the images below is the upcoming women’s Air Jordan 1 Mid Split “Beach Cherrywood,” which will sell for $135 USD when it finally hits shelves later this year.