The name recalls one of the most iconic moments in NBA history and Michael Jordan's illustrious career: his "last shot" during the 1998 NBA Finals that led the Chicago Bulls to their defeat of the Utah Jazz and to their sixth championship victory.
It was the last great moment of his career with the Chicago Bulls. Relive it in the video above.
He was actually wearing Air Jordan 14s at the time of his game-winning shot, but the influences of those black and red kicks are present on these Air Jordan 32 Lows.
First, there is the black colorway with red accents. There is also the same red Jumpman motif on the tongue and textured leather on the heel.
But the 32 supplies its own benefit. It's among the most lightweight of the Air Jordan lineup, with breathable Flyknit fabric. It also boasts cushioning tailored for the basketball court.
The Jordan 32 Low "Last Shot" is rumored to come this spring. Prices have yet to be announced, but other Jordan 32 Low kicks are listed on Nike.com for $160.