We knew it was just hours until Jordan Brand unveiled the next iteration of Air Jordan signature line, the Air Jordan 32. The Air Jordan 32 is inspired by the essence of the Air Jordan 2 and flaunts a modernized silhouette from materials to aesthetics.
The latest signature features a Flyknit upper that uses high-tenacity yarn that should combine stretch, support, and zonal lock down. The lockdown is integrated into the Flyknit construction and it’s paired with tuned-up Flight Speed technology that should unleash the energy in the large Zoom Air units in the forefoot and heel.
The 32 sits atop an improved multidirectional herringbone traction pattern; it is comprised of a series of wiper blade-like shapes that should offer some good traction.
“We’ve always explored new materials and technology to create the best game shoe,” said Michael Jordan in a statement. “That was evident when we went to Italy to make the II, and it still rings true today. On the XXXII, we challenged our designers to push the limits while staying true to the brand’s DNA.”
The Air Jordan 32 ‘Rosso Corsa’ colorway will be available September 30 while the Air Jordan 32 ‘Black/Red’ will launch in both a Mid and Low build on October 18 for $185 and $165, respectively.
We will, of course, be putting the Air Jordan 32 through its paces in a performance review once we have it in our possession so make sure you keep it locked on WearTesters.com.
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UPDATE 8/30/2017: The ‘Rosso Corsa’ colorway will be available on September 23, not September 30.