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New Jordans 2018, One of its upcoming colorways is this "Gordon St." style, which is said to pay tribute to Michael Jordan's childhood home in Wilmington, North Carolina. Air Jordan 32 Low Inspired by MJ's Childhood Home, Dressed in a Light Bone and Infrared 23 color scheme. The shoe is highlighted with a street sign that reads "Gordon St." inside the tongue. A full Light Bone Flyknit upper with a suede heel paired with Infrared 23 accents and a translucent sole completes the design. For a little fun fact, MJ's actual home address was 4647 Gordon Road, not Street.
New Jordans 2016 is using the Air Jordan 32 to pay tribute to significant moments and memories in Michael Jordan's career/life. This Air Jordan 32 Low is a nod to MJ's childhood home in Wilmington, North Carolina. This time around, the Jumpman outfitted this 32 Low in tan with quick hits of red on its piping and a suede overlay for an extra premium touch. Embroidered on the inside of the tongue, is a street sign that reads "Gordon St." – the road that MJ's childhood home was on in Wilmington, North Carolina. Jordan's origins are an important part of his legacy, as him growing up in North Carolina factored into his college decision which helped him become one of the greatest basketball players of all time.
New Air Jordan Shoes, The Air Jordan 32 Low has been quiet in recent weeks, but there's still more to come from the model. Outfitted in a mild-toned mix of cream, white and gold and decorated with some slight streaks of red, the Air Jordan 32 Low "Gordon St." should fit in perfectly with the forthcoming seasonal sneaker lineup. Featuring a cream Flyknit upper with piping done in a red hue — a subtle choice to mimic exterior paint and bricks — the sneaker also features suede on the heel and overlays, an option probably best remembered in the "Rosso Corsa" colorway of last year. Rounding the shoe out is a semi-translucent outsole and a green tongue tag that duplicates the Gordon Road sign where Jordan was raised.
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