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 upper covered in black and red hues, as well as ribbed detailing on the heel and collar, branded Wings logo on the tongue and pebbled leather accents. An icy translucent outsole with the date “10:18” displayed on the forefoot completes the theme altogether.

Retailing for a price tag of $185, look for the Air Jordan 32 Bred (Banned) at select Jordan Brand stores on October 18th. Click and bookmark our Air Jordan 12 Bordeaux hub page now for the shoe’s latest release info and up-to-the-minute updates and images. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news and release dates.

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