The next silhouette to continue the long standing Air Jordan sneaker line is the Air Jordan XXXII. It seems like we just got the Air Jordan XXX and now we are already being hit with another innovative sneaker that will feature the best tech aspects in basketball footwear. Like the Air Jordan XXXI, the Air Jordan XXXII is designed after the model that came thirty years before it. When you first look at the sneaker it may remind you of the Air Jordan 2, with a similar body style and constructed look, but the details are what make this shoe different.
Last month, Jordan Brand unveiled the XXXII to the world, it was designed by Tate Kuerbis, who also designed the Air Jordan XVIII, XIX and XXXI. Featuring a new Flyknit upper with high-tenacity yarns that offers flexibility like never before and a hidden lace harness that provides lockdown “under the hood”, while the actual design of the Flyknit material has been engineered to mimic the toe-box of the Air Jordan II. Paired with the engineered Flyknit is a molded snakeskin leather and molded suede panel with a detail at the achilles that resonates the sporty and aggressive vibe of a Ferrari supercar. The release of the Air Jordan XXXII ‘Bred’ will be accompanied by the Air Jordan XXXII Low that comes in a similar colorway that features a white midsole instead of a black that is seen on the mid model.