The Jordan 32 Low is almost here
Following the release of the Air Jordan 32 “Rosso Corsa”, we’re about to be hit with the first Low version of the Air Jordan 32, coming to us in a classic Banned colorway.
Decked out with a Black upper, University Red accents and outsole and a White midsole, this colorway stays true to the classic colorway first seen on the Air Jordan 1 just 31 years ago. Of course this is based off the Jordan 2 which never received much court time – nor an OG Black colorway.
Even though this is inspired by it’s sister shoe from 30 years prior, the technology has changed significantly. It comes constructed with Nike’s Flyknit – a high-tenacity yarn that combines stretch, support and zonal lockdown. Its cushioned sole features a tuned-up Flight Speed technology that unleashes the energy of Zoom Air units. Finishing off the design is its herringbone traction pattern that delivers multidirectional grip.
You will find the Air Jordan 32 Low “Banned” in stores and online from October 18th for $160.
Air Jordan 32 Low “Banned”
Color: Black/University Red
Style Code: AA1256-001
Release Date: October 18, 2017
@GC911 has been at it again with the detailed shots – this time of the Jordan 32 Low “Bred”