As the return of college basketball season approaches the anticipation of seeing what the players will be rocking on-court builds. Now, the University of Michigan has given us a look at something special.
The upper is constructed with a navy Flyknit with what appear to be yellow accents woven in. In contrast to the high top 32 models, the stitching of the yarn on this low iteration features an arching ‘M’ pattern as opposed to a horizontal pattern.
The large Zoom Air units at the forefoot and heel are supported by Jordan’s Flight Speed technology, and the shoe sits atop a full-length herringbone-like outsole. A couple of special touches on the shoes include the famous Wings Jordan logo on the left shoe’s tongue with the University of Michigan logo on the right one.
You can expect the Wolverines to rock these at some point in the season as they look to compete for another national title. Their season opener tips off Friday, November 3, against Grand Valley State.
From what we’ve seen, do you prefer the Air Jordan 32 Low or the mid? Let us know.
Source: University of Michigan