Air Jordan XXXII Low 'Free Throw Line'

The All-Star Weekend is still fresh to most of us just because of various reasons. It was the first time that it was no longer the East Vs. West Squad but two of the currently top players in the league (Lebron James and Steph Curry) chose from a pool of All-Star rosters. Some people enjoyed the different shoe models that shown on court, whether during practice time or the actual All-Star game. Others enjoyed the staples like the 3-point, dunk contest, etc. For Jordan Brand, they commemorate Jordan's dunk in the free throw line by releasing 2 silhouettes namely the Air Jordan III and the Air Jordan XXXII Low "Free Throw Line" colorway. Here are some detailed images of the performance model Air Jordan XXXII Low which features a simple color blocking of black Flyknit and white leather panel on the ankle/heel area. There are red accents on the Jumpman logo and wings logo on the tongue. The outsole is made up of translucent rubber where a red strip can be see on the forefoot area signifying his airness jumping on the free throw line area. If I'm not mistaken, the other pair has a time stamp of 3:51 which commemorates the time he took flight in the dunk contest last 1988. Inside the tongue area are the five 10 score cards given by the judges. If you love this particular colorway whether it's for on court or off court use, you can get this now at Nike Park Trinoma for Php 8,095.


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