Black and red covers the Air Jordan 32 in mid and low top forms, both available now at Eastbay.
Both shoes feature the same functionality, with only the collar height and price tag differing between the mid-top and low-top.
The upper is comprised of Flyknit that is thicker in certain areas for zonal lockdown, keeping your foot from sliding within the shoe. The signature unlocked Zoom returns once again in the forefoot, with the tech dating back to the Jordan 28. This time, that unit doesn’t protrude out of the outsole like it did in previous iterations. A bottom-loaded Zoom unit appears in the heel as well in case you’re a heel striker.
For more info on this model, check the Air Jordan 32 performance review on the mid and low-top.
Click HERE to cop the Air Jordan XXXII Mid ‘Bred’ for $185.
Click HERE to cop the Air Jordan XXXII Low ‘Bred’ for $160.