Of course, Victor Oladipo’s pair is not the first Air Jordan 32 Low colorway that sneakerheads have seen. The very first Bred- / Chicago Bulls-themed colorway of the low-top variation that was unveiled is actually scheduled to become available next month. However, Jordan Brand also seems to have whipped several other Air Jordan 32 Low PE iterations as well. For instance, Air Jordan 32 high and low-top iterations were designed for Michael Jordan’s collegiate team, the University of North Carolina Tar Heels. Furthermore, Jimmy Butler posted for a photoshoot on Media Day and he too was rocking a never-before-seen Air Jordan 32 iteration, being referred to as “Triple Black.”
Victor Oladipo is currently one of the point and shooting guards of the Indiana Packers. As seen in the two photos accompanying this post, Victor Oladipo does indeed appear to be wearing an Air Jordan 32 colorway that seems to be dressed up in the official team colors of the Indiana Pacers. Hence, the color scheme appears to predominantly consist of Navy and White over the uppers, while Yellow can be spotted as a contrasting hue over the inner lining, laces and outsoles. For a personal touch, apparently the tongues of the sneaker also feature Victor Oladipo’s logo.
Of course, none of these PE colorways will be available any time soon, at least not among upcoming Jordan releases 2017. However, sneakerheads can look forward to the retail debut of the first Air Jordan 32 Low colorway on October 18th, 2017.
Air Jordan 32 Low