These NBA Players Rocked Air Jordan 32 PEs During Nike’s NBA Uniforms Unveiling

The Air Jordan 32 was finally unveiled in its entirety by Jordan Brand by the end of August 2017. Many who are reading this likely already know that the Air Jordan 32 is Jordan Brand’s most innovative basketball-specific sneaker to date, yet it draws inspiration from the Air Jordan 2. The Air Jordan 32 combines a Flyknit construction with Flight Plate and Zoom Air. The Air Jordan 32 is already scheduled to make its retail debut in the “Rosso Corsa” colorway at a price of $185 on September 23rd, 2017. In the meantime, it seems Jordan Brand is busy whipping up PE iterations of the latest Air Jordan model.

Just recently, Nike unveiled their brand new NBA Statement Edition uniforms in Los Angeles for the upcoming 2017–18 NBA season. During the unveiling, several NBA players were even laced up in kicks that have never been seen before. For instance, Mike Conley of the Memphis Grizzlies became a member of the Jordan Brand family last year. He was spotted rocking a never-before-seen Air Jordan 32 PE colorway. Designed to match the team colors, the Flyknit uppers of this PE were dressed up predominantly in Yellow, while University Blue appeared over the branding, heel grooves, lace accents and its rubber outsoles.

Photo of both these Air Jordan 32 PEs were shared on Instagram by Drew Ruiz (@drewruiz). This second PE iteration was also spotted during the unveiling of Nike’s NBA uniforms and was worn by Kemba Walker of the Charlotte Hornets. Matching his new “Statement” uniform, this PE featured predominantly Teal-colored Flyknit uppers, while Black could be seen over the branding, heel grooves and the lace accents. Completing the color scheme, the rubber outsoles of the sneaker were entirely covered in Purple.

It is very likely that the Air Jordan 32 PE colorways featured above will not be arriving at retailers. However, along with the Air Jordan 32 “Rosso Corsa,” sneakerheads can also look forward to the arrival of the Air Jordan 32 “Bred” and Air Jordan 32 Low “Bred” on October 18th, 2017.

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