After mumblings and rumors made its way around the internet over the past few weeks, the first images of the Air Jordan 32 have finally surfaced. With an outline similar to that of the Air Jordan 2 model, the sneaker sees a knit upper that weaves black and red fabric together. The standout feature of the shoe is a ribbed pattern finding its way onto the heel and the collar of the shoe, as well as the Jumpman logo on the sneaker’s midsole.
“MJ Day” pays homage to the banning of the Air Jordan 1 sneaker back in the day due to the fact that it didn’t match the uniforms of the Chicago Bulls and the shoes Michael Jordan’s teammates were wearing at the time.
This “MJ Day” colorway of the new Air Jordan 32 is set to drop on October 18 for $185 USD.