The Air Jordan 32 wasn't a part of Jordan Brand's retail collection for Black History Month, but a special make-up for sponsored players does exist.

Earlier tonight, Washington Wizards swingman Otto Porter Jr. did the honors, lacing up the celebratory sneakers to kick off the February schedule against the Toronto Raptors. The special make-up sports a most black upper, with Pan-African flag-inspired red and green details throughout. A gold-plated counter wraps the heel and the shoe rides atop a gum rubber outsole.

As of now, Jordan Brand hasn't announced any plans to release this colorway, but we'll let you know if that changes.