The Air Jordan 32 Low has been quiet in recent weeks, but there's still more to come from the model.
One of its upcoming colorways is this "Gordon St." style, which is said to pay tribute to Michael Jordan's childhood home in Wilmington, North Carolina. The low-top sneakers maintain a summer-friendly palette with a cream-colored suede heel panel and gold threading on their Flyknit upper, while pops of infrared stick out on the liner and piping. An icey translucent outsole finishes off this makeup.
Behind the tongue, a woven "Gordon St." label ties the inspiration together. For those keeping score, Jordan's childhood home was actually located at 4647 Gordon Road—not Street—but it appears this detail has been overlooked.
This colorway is expected to release May 19 for $185 at nike.com and Jordan retailers.
Air Jordan 32 Low "Gordon St."
Release Date: 05/19/2018
Color: Light Bone/Black/Vachetta Tan-Infrared
Style #: AA1256-004
UPDATE 05/12: Official images of the "Gordon St." Air Jordan 32 Lows, which release at nike.com and Jordan retailers on Saturday, May 19 for $185.