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Jordan Brand Honors The University Of Michigan & University Of North Carolina With Special XXXII’s


It’s no secret that Jordan Brand takes care of the schools they sponsor and keep outfitted in the best of the best. We’ve seen some of the cleanest PE’s hit the court in recent years and sneakerheads have gone crazy to get their hands on a pair. Now, just in time for March Madness JB is giving fans of two of the most popular  universities in sports the chance to lace up kicks that would at one time only be meant for the players. Fans of the Michigan Wolverines and North Carolina Tar-heels can now rock the same shoes that their favorite players have been wearing.

For Wolverines fans, JB is dropping a dope Jordan XXXII Low in a Navy Blue and Maize. This Air Jordan XXXII Low includes a Grey marbleized midsole that sits atop a Yellow rubber outsole. On the inside of its tongue, this special selection boasts a graphic that emulates a net being cut down – Nike and Jordan Brand’s official logo for all of their March Madness sneakers, as well as a nod to the team’s 1989 National Championship victory over Seton Hall.

Tar-heel fans and Jordan lovers alike know the legacy that comes with the university. UNC is one of the true “Blue Chip” college basketball programs in the country and one of the most successful ones at that. Coming off their sixth National Championship in program history, JB is creating another celebratory Air Jordan XXXII in honor of all of their titles which are represented by six ring decals on the spine of the sneaker. Dressed up with a premium overlay, this pair features more of a luxe aesthetic than most other versions of this same silhouette that tend to boast synthetic textiles. While its upper is almost entirely outfitted in Carolina Blue, it sits atop a grey marbled midsole that matches its Wings logo on its tongue. J. Cole said “Carolina Blue kicks, fresh on the scene” and now you can live this when you step out wearing your pair.

Rep your school when you grab your pair of the Air Jordan XXXII Low ‘Michigan’ & Air Jordan XXXII ‘UNC’ on March 9th at