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Now Available: Air Jordan 32 Bred (Banned)

October 18th is the day when Michael Jordan violated the NBA’s rules on sneakers in 1984 and this new Air Jordan 32 Bred (Banned) celebrates that anniversary. Covered in black and red across its Air Jordan 2-inspired design, the sneaker is made of Flyknit and ribbed detailing seen on the heel and collar. Finishing details […]

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Release Reminder: Air Jordan 32 Bred (Banned)

The Air Jordan 32 Bred (Banned) is a nod to the anniversary of the day, October 18th, when Michael Jordan violated the NBA’s rules on sneakers in 1984. Covered in black and red across its Air Jordan 2-inspired design, the sneaker is made of Flyknit and ribbed detailing seen on the heel and collar. Finishing […]

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Get Ready For The Air Jordan 32 Bred (Banned)

The Air Jordan 32 is dropping in the iconic Bred (Banned) theme and it is being nicknamed “MJ Day” as a nod to the anniversary of the day, October 18th, when Michael Jordan violated the NBA’s rules on sneakers in 1984. Covered in black and red across its Air Jordan 2-inspired design, the shoe is […]

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Air Jordan 32 Bred (Banned) Dropping In A Few Days

The Air Jordan 32‘s next colorway is in this classic Bred (Banned) theme that is being nicknamed “MJ Day” as a nod to the anniversary of the day, October 18th, when Michael Jordan violated the NBA’s rules on sneakers in 1984. Featuring an Air Jordan 2-inspired design, the shoe is made of a Flyknit upper […]

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The Air Jordan 32 Bred Arrives Next Week

In less than a week we’ll see the next two colorways of the Air Jordan 32 make their way to retailers with the arrival of the Bred and Bred Low pairs. Inspired heavily by the Air Jordan 2, the Air Jordan 32 features an innovate Flyknit on the upper that is being used like never […]

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Official Images: Air Jordan 32 Bred (Banned)

The Air Jordan 32 Low and this Air Jordan 32 High are getting the classic Bred (Banned) treatment that is being nicknamed “MJ Day” as a nod to the anniversary of the day, October 18th, when Michael Jordan violated the NBA’s rules on sneakers in 1984. The sneaker’s Air Jordan 2-inspired design features a Flyknit […]

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