In Milwaukee for a Friday night matchup against the Bucks, Green hit the hardwood in a white and burgundy pair, helped by navy and yellow accents. He went with a navy-based colorway in the season opener.
Both Marquette and Georgetown are the latest schools to receive their Air Jordan 32 Player Exclusives that are both dressed in their team colors.
Much like the Michigan pair, the schools logos are seen on the right-foot tongue while the other sports the classic Jordan Wings logo on the left.
Most power players are lacing up mids, but Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond opted for the Air Jordan 32 Low when selecting his Player Exclusives.
Drummond debuted his ‘Away’ Pistons-inspired low-tops in yesterday’s game against the Toronto Raptors. The bold royal blue sneakers are accented by hits of red and feature Drummond’s personal logo on the right tongue.
One of the more unsung members of Team Jordan, Milwaukee Bucks big man Greg Monroe has quietly worn some of the brand’s best Player Exclusives over the past few seasons.
The Bucks-themed PE is cream-based, accented by hits of dark green throughout. No personal logos appear on the shoes—instead, there’s Wings logos on both tongues and Jumpmans along the midsoles.
Mike Conley, Nicolas Batum, and Otto Porter all rock the mid/high cut of the 32s; all three PEs use team color schemes that will most likely never see a retail shelf.
Jimmy is seen in the low version of the new silhouette; his PE uses a white and navy blue color scheme to match his new team, the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Shared by sophomore Shea Rush. First up we have the mid-top which comes in White and Carolina Blue while accents of Navy are used. As for the low, they feature predominate Carolina Blue throughout while hints of White are featured.
This past weekend Jimmy Butler was spotted wearing a brand new colorway during the Timberwolves’ annual Media Day.
Seen above, Jimmy Buckets is wearing the Air Jordan 32 Low in Triple Black. As you’d expect, the shoe comes done in all-black including the new Flyknit upper, branding on the tongue and midsole, and the midsole/outsole.
Reigning MVP Russell Westbrook laced up a special make-up of the Air Jordan 32 in a blazing-hot “Creamsicle” colorway in orange and blue. Unlike the recently dropped “Rosso Corsa” colorway, which features the same bold tonal color-blocking, this Air Jordan XXXII PE features the classic Flyknit upper with the leather heel. Royal blue detailing embedded into the Flyknit as well as on the heel accentuate the precise lines and edges of the newest Jordan shoe, while the metallic silver Wings logo anchors the Jordan heritage and spirit in this high-performance model.
Conley’s Air Jordan 32 features Yellow across the uppers while Light Blue accents are seen on the Jumpman logo and other small accents to represent the Memphis Grizzlies.
Walker’s pair features Teal and Purple which represents the Hornets. Marcus Paige was also spotted in an exclusive Air Jordan 32 Charlotte Hornets PE which comes in White.
This low top edition of the Air Jordan 32 comes dressed in the schools signature colors while using a predominate Black takeover and accents of Maize Yellow. On one of the tongues we have the wings branding while the other features the Michigan ‘M’ block logo. The look is then completed with Blue on the midsole and outsole.
This Air Jordan 32 comes dressed in a Charlotte Hornets theme which consists of White, Teal and Purple. As you can see, White covers the base while Teal and Purple accents are seen on the heel, laces and Jumpman branding. While the colorway does match the Hornets, we don’t see any team logos presented. However you can expect players to wear them during the NBA Season.
Carmelo Anthony, fully immersed in his unstoppable “Hoodie Melo” alter ago, debuted some new Air Jordan shoes a few weeks ago. As it turns out, the shoes are a sample version of the upcoming Air Jordan 32, a sneaker that is set to release during the Fall/Winter season. This is the best look yet at the shoe thus far aside from the leaked black/red “MJ Day” colorway that is releasing on October 18th, 2017, but keep in mind that these are a sample and thus do not reflect final versions. In fact, it is likely that this blacked-out version is just for Melo to wear-test on his own.
This Air Jordan XXX2 comes dressed in a Black and University Red color combination which mimics that of the classic Bred theme. Inspired by the Air Jordan 2, they feature ribbing on the collar and heel while Wings branding lands on the tongue. In addition we have pebbled leather on the sides and what appears to be the Jumpman logo on the midsole.