The Air Jordan 32 ‘Rosso Corsa’ Has Launched


The Air Jordan XXXII is finally available now in stores and at online retailers.

The colorway may look like another ‘Red October’ sneaker but takes inspiration from Michael Jordan’s hobby of collecting race cars, with Rosso Corsa meaning “racing red” in Italian.The launch button graphics on the insoles and a window to the carbon FlightSpeed system underfoot carry through the theme. The shoe design takes inspiration from the Jordan 2, which itself was tied to Italian leathers.

The shoe design takes inspiration from the Jordan 2, which itself was tied to Italian leathers. While this sneaker doesn’t feature said leather, it does utilize a synthetic suede on the heel and a flexible knit on the toe. For more details on this shoe, check out this article.

Click HERE to pick up the Jordan 31 ‘Rosso Corsa” for $185 at Eastbay.

Via Nike SNKRS


4 Comments

  1. Rosso is actually red in italian. “Rosso Corsa” would translate to something like “Racing Red” rather than “Racing Car”.

  2. Got these. The only minor complaint is that these were manufactured in Vietnam (lousy handwork in general). Shoes are not perfect but are quite nice so far. Performance is about to be done in 2 weeks time.

  3. Article should read “Click HERE to pick up the Jordan 32 ‘Rosso Corsa” for $185 at Eastbay.”, not ‘Jordan 31’.

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