Air Jordan 32 “Black Cement” Celebrates Michael’s First MVP Award from WJ1997's blog

Jordan Shoes 2017 released earlier this year with clear design elements reminiscent of the second sneaker in Jordan Brand’s catalogue. That silhouette has hit shelves this year in many intriguing colorways including the likes of the Win Like 82 and the CEO offerings. Now, the most recent Jumpman selection is back in a Low boys size version that is dressed up with camouflage uppers. The sneaker uses a primarily black color scheme with touches of camo on its side panelling and an attractive gum-bottom outsole.After weeks of scintillating previews and leaks of Jordan Brand’s official collaboration with Gatorade, it all culiminates tomorrow as Air Jordan “Be Like Mike” collection officially hits stores.
Nike Air Jordan 2017 featuring a bold orange/green color-blocking reminiscent of the original “Carmine” colorway from the earliest ads, is joined by the Air Jordan 32 Low in an equally exciting colorway. Both pairs will hit Jordan Brand retailers worldwide and Nike SNKRS tomorrow, with $190 and $165 being the respective prices for the Retro and the performance model. As part of the celebration, Jordan Brand gifted their friends and family with this incredible promo box, which includes both shoes and a series of apparel and accessories that build up the thirst-quenching narrative. See the entire package below and be sure to cop your pair tomorrow at 10 AM EST.
Cheap Adidas Yeezy 350 is also scheduled to arrive in a Mid variety, but no official images have surfaced just yet.Next year, Jordan Brand will put 1988 on the spotlight with its footwear releases, and it all starts with this special iteration of the Air Jordan 32. Inspired by the famed “Black/Cement” colorway of the Air Jordan 3, the shoe that Jordan wore three decades ago, this January release features a light application of “elephant print” on the heel while utilizing a heather grey Flyknit upper to achieve that wild animal print look. A closer look at the tongues reveal an MVP label, which honors the first of his four awards that came after the ’87-’88 season.

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