2018 Free Throw Line Air Jordan 32 Low AA1256-002

Jordans 2017, The Air Jordan 32 Low Free Throw Line takes inspiration from Michael Jordan's famous 1988 Dunk Contest victory, where he took off from the free throw line. Paying tribute to the Air Jordan 3 "White Cement" that he wore, a subtle elephant print design is featured on the upper. The translucent outsoles feature a Red Stripe and "3:51" as a nod to the time on the clock when that now iconic image of MJ's 1988 free throw line dunk was captured. Additional detail includes a set of "10's" as a nod to Jordan's perfect 50 score.
New Jordans 2016, The Air Jordan 32 Low "Free Throw Line" pays tribute to Michael Jordan's free throw link dunk during the 1988 NBA Dunk Contest. A new colorway lands on the Air Jordan 32 Low, and it consists of this Free Throw Line edition inspired by Michael Jordan's famous 1988 Dunk Contest victory, where he famously took off from the free throw line. MJ wore the iconic white cement AJ 3 that day and this rendition of the sneaker also pays tribute to that model with a subtle elephant print design on the upper.
New Jordans 2017, Celebrating both the silhouette's 30th anniversary and MJ's towering performance during the 1988 Slam Dunk Contest, the Air Jordan 3 "Free Throw Line" represents an elder time and its hero whose name still rings loudly today. Jordan, although he didn't win the dunk contest that year, offered undeniably one of its most memorable moments. His glide from the free throw line in '88 is as big a feat as the dunk contest had ever seen at the time. This shoe encapsulates that moment as well as a rare clear sole sample of the Air Jordan 3 that surfaced back in the early 2000's.
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