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Air Jordan XXXIII SE “FIBA” Launching In August

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With FIBA’s Basketball World Cup set to tip off in China at the tail end of August, Jordan Brand has prepared a handful of special models in honor of the international tournament, one of which is this Air Jordan 33 SE. Also known to some as the Air Jordan 33 Low, these 33s feature a slightly more streamlined silhouette than their high-top counterparts, and here they’re dressed in a championship-ready color scheme. Stark white is the main tone, and it’s accented by regal gold hits on the midsole, tongue’s Jumpman logo, and Fast-Fit system. Rich black shades then appear on the ankle’s support strap and Air Jordan 3-inspired large rubber heel tab, which also boasts a gold Nike Air badge to lock in the homage. Most of the standout tech is hidden, as the red “laces” are concealed under a translucent throat, while the textured, Zoom Air-equipped outsole also features a gold and black window, letting you see the next-generation fit system in action when you tighten and loosen the shoes. They’re slated for an August release, so enjoy a first look below, stay tuned to our Jordan Release Dates page for further info on a date of arrival as it’s available, and be sure to check out the Air Jordan 12 FIBA as well.

Air Jordan 33 FIBA
Release Date: August 2019

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