According to the details shared by Jordan Brand’s social media accounts, this appears to be the first official look at the Air Jordan 33.
Its overall construction of the shoe will move away from the knit materials that was previously used on the Air Jordan 29 through the Air Jordan 32. There also looks to be no sign of resemblance to the Air Jordan 3, as the Air Jordan 32 was inspired by the Air Jordan 2. Some of the key elements includes the new Flight Utility performance technology as well as a lockdown strap across the midfoot.
Jordan Brand will be officially unveiling the Air Jordan 33 on September 20th, so stay tuned as full details will be provided.