When it comes to Jordan Brand and their prestigious history of colorways and story telling, it’s always interesting when they add a new one to the collection. That’s just what JB is doing with this color scheme. The newest colorway of the Jordan XXXII low has a tale to tell about MJ’s childhood as it’s inspired by the street he grew up on in Wilmington, North Carolina: Gordon St. The shoe features a tan colorway with bright red hits on the piping for a pop of contrast, and a suede on the heel for a premium touch. A green “Gordon St” patch adorns the inside of the tongue, nodding to the block MJ spent his childhood days on. A full Light Bone Flyknit upper with a suede heel paired with Infrared 23 accents and a translucent sole completes the design. For a little fun fact, MJ’s actual home address was 4647 Gordon Road, not Street.