By now, just about every sneakerhead reading this has likely gotten a look at the Air Jordan 32. The latest installment in Jordan Brand’s signature sneaker line was officially unveiled by Jordan Brand by the end of the previous month. Moreover, the Air Jordan 32 is scheduled to make its retail debut late in September and a second colorway will be joining October’s Jordan releases 2017. Jordan Brand is likely working on plenty of other colorways for the Air Jordan 32, many of which will probably even be among the Air Jordan releases 2018. In fact, Jordan Brand has apparently whipped up a few PE colorways too.
The first of these Air Jordan 32 PE colorways to have been unveiled was a Charlotte Hornets-themed one. Many sneakerheads are probably glad to see the Air Jordan 32 in a color scheme other than Black, Red and White. It was Marcus Paige, one of point and shooting guards of the Charlotte Hornets, who shared the above photo of the Air Jordan 32 “Charlotte Hornets” PE. The Flyknit uppers of this PE iteration appear to be predominantly dressed up in plain White and Teal is apparently the secondary hue, while Purple-colored detailing can also be spotted, such as the branding.
The Air Jordan 32 has not even made its retail debut yet, but it seems that Jordan Brand has already whipped up a low-top variation of the latest model, but it is also a PE. This Air Jordan 32 Low PE seems to have been designed for the Michigan Wolverines. Since the sneaker is dressed up in the University of Michigan’s color scheme, so it appears to be sporting predominantly Navy-colored uppers, with Maize Yellow-colored detailing throughout. The Maize Yellow hue also seems to be covering the Michigan “M” logo that can be spotted over the tongues.
Of course, these PE iterations of the Air Jordan 32 will most likely not be joining upcoming Jordan releases 2017. However, sneakerheads can look forward for the Air Jordan 32 to make its retail debut by the end of September 2017.
Air Jordan 32 PE