New Jordans 2018
, Paying homage to the date that Michael Jordan's original Black and Red Air Jordan 1s were "Banned" from the NBA is the debut of the Air Jordan 32 Bred colorway. Dressed in a Black and University Red color scheme. Constructed with Nike's Flyknit covering the upper with high-tenacity yarn that combines stretch, support and zonal lockdown. Its cushioned sole features a tuned-up Flight Speed technology that unleashes the energy of Zoom Air units. Finishing off the design is its herringbone traction pattern that delivers multidirectional grip.Jordans 2017
has officially unveiled the Air Jordan 32 that was designed by Tate Kuerbis, who designed the Air Jordan XVIII, XIX and XXXI. The Air Jordan XXXII is approved by the greatest of all time and worn by the best of today. Built with a Jordan-specific Flyknit construction and FlightSpeed technology, the Air Jordan XXXII blends design elements from the Air Jordan II with modern performance innovation. Its Design takes cues from the past, but rides on the most sophisticated cushioning in basketball. The digital craft of the knit is balanced by a more traditional application of a molded leather or suede at the heel counter — a feature that underscores a level of sport luxury that’s been tied to Jordan DNA since the 2.New Jordans 2016
, Releasing on the date that MJ debuted his Black and Red sneakers, which will now be celebrated as "MJ Day." This Air Jordan 32 features a Black upper paired with University Red accents and Banned logos on the tongue and translucent outsole. The latest colorway for the Air Jordan XXXII pays homage to the red and black that runs deep in Jordan DNA. It rides on Zoom Air cushioning and FlightSpeed technology for an explosive step and features lightweight, foot-hugging Flyknit up top. Influenced by the Air Jordan II, it sports a premium mix of materials and the iconic details that defined the first luxury basketball shoe of its kind.2018 Air Jordan Shoes
, Inspired heavily by the Air Jordan 2, the Air Jordan 32 features an innovate Flyknit on the upper that is being used like never before on an Air Jordan model. This pair comes dominated by Black on the Flknit upper with leather detailing on the ankle cage. The Air Jordan XXXII carries its sophistication beyond the court – a feat first pulled off by the Air Jordan II. Just like its predecessor, a low-top edition carries it a little further without giving up any of its performance tooling. Heritage details connect it back to the luxury basketball shoe pioneer, while red and black colors come straight out of Jordan DNA. University Red is then seen throughout the Flyknit material as well as on the ankle, heel, the Wings logo on the tongue, and the Jumpman on the midsole. A Black midsole and an icy blue translucent outsole with "10.18" written inside of it completes the look.