Twenty years ago, Michael Jordan perfectly capped off the Chicago Bulls portion of his career when he hit the championship-clinching shot against the Utah Jazz in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals. Naturally, Jordan Brand is commemorating this iconic moment by bringing back the shoes that Jordan wore in that game—the Air Jordan 14. However, that pair won't be arriving alone.

Here's a first look at the "Last Shot" Air Jordan 32 Low, a new colorway of Jordan's current performance model inspired by the Jordan 14. In addition to the familiar black and red colorway, the shoe features Ferrari-style Jumpman branding on the tongue and textured leather on the heel inherited from its predecessor.

Look for the "Last Shot" Jordan 32 Low to release this spring, likely in June along with the Jordan 14.

UPDATE 04/19: Official images of the "Last Shot" Air Jordan 32 Low have leaked. While no release date has been confirmed by Jordan Brand, the sneaker is rumored to launch on June 9. 

Air Jordan 32 Low 'Last Shot' AH3347-003 (Lateral)
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Air Jordan 32 Low 'Last Shot' AH3347-003 (Sole)
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Air Jordan 32 Low 'Last Shot' AH3347-003 (Medial)
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Air Jordan 32 Low 'Last Shot' AH3347-003 (Top)
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Air Jordan 32 Low 'Last Shot' AH3347-003 (Heel)
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Air Jordan 32 Last Shot Release Date
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