The Air Jordan 32 Rosso Corsa as a whole draws on inspiration from the original Air Jordan 2, a sneaker which was produced in Italy, so the Italian racing car theme falls in line with other attributes that were borrowed from the Air Jordan 2. For instance, the Air Jordan 32 features the familiar Wings logo on the tongue, python-textured paneling and the ribbed heel, all of which are key design elements of Michael Jordan’s second signature sneaker.
This “Rosso Corsa” colorway is reportedly set to hit retailers on September 29th for the retail price of $185. As of now, it will be the first Air Jordan 32 to release. While official images of the 32 have been circulating for about a week now, Jordan Brand still has not officially revealed details about the shoe.
The Air Jordan 32 “Rosso Corsa” is the talk of the block, and for $185, you might be able to park it in your driveway. The rock-steady Jordan Brand breaks ground with a luxury, racing-car inspired silhouette. Collectors are going wild while they wait to take Rosso Corsa out for a spin.
This Air Jordan 32 is designed by Tate Kuerbis, features premium leathers and a few of Nike’s top technologies. The midsole is a combination of Zoom Air and FlightSpeed cushioning, the outsole uses a herringbone pattern to create maximum traction, and high-strength fibers and yarn were used to create the flexible Flyknit upper. The heel will use either molded leather or suede, depending on the color.