Earlier this year, we found out about the Dior x Air Jordan 1 collaboration that was set to drop this spring. However, in a statement published today, the Dior said it "has decided to postpone its international draw for the launch of the Air Dior capsule collection realized in collaboration with Jordan Brand."
So, to help keep people safe during the coronavirus outbreak, the drop is being delayed until further notice.
Air Dior pop-up shops were planned to appear in major cities like Los Angeles, NYC, London, Paris, Hong Kong, and more, but the companies haven't revealed any new dates for these yet.
Other Release Date Changes
According to zSneakerHeadz, the Air Dior drops aren't the only releases being delayed.
The Air Jordan V Retro "Fire Red," featuring a white, black, and red color scheme with an icy translucent sole, was originally set to drop on March 28.
Now, though, you can expect to see this colorway at select retailers starting on April 25 for a retail price of $200.
Next is the Air Jordan VI Retro "DMP," which was originally released in 2006 as part of the Defining Moments Pack and is re-releasing as a solo colorway this year.
This colorway was originally meant to drop in March but has been pushed back to April 11 and will be available for a retail price of $200.
Featuring a black upper with grape and fire red accents, a red midsole, and icy outsole, the Air Jordan 5 "Top 3" is next on the list of delayed Jordan releases.
This colorway is now set to release on May 30 for $200, rather than its original release date of May 16.
Last on the list is a brand new Jordan XI colorway that was originally meant to kick off the spring lineup.
The Air Jordan XI Low "White Bred" features a white, black, true red, and university red color scheme with a red translucent outsole, patent leather mudguard, and leather upper.
Originally set to release on April 25, this colorway is now expected to drop on May 23 for a retail price of $185.