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The Air Jordan 33 SE Low has finally surfaced, and upon its first look, not much has changed.
According to our source, eBay seller agiwolf already has these available at a retail store in the United States. The overall build and construction has not changed, really at all. The tooling of the midsole remains with a full-length Phylon foam, while the same mesh upper also remains the same.
The only major change appears to be the FastFit system. The actual parachute cords appear to be under a thin layer of nylon for the tongue’s structure, and look to also be placed underneath the new elastic band, placed upon the tongue of the shoe. We also have a full one-piece construction this time around. And, the parachute cords even go all the way to the rear of the oversized pull tab to ensure full lockdown with this new lot cut.
No word on a release date quite yet, but expect these to arrive stateside pretty soon, for $160. Be sure to drop your thoughts on these in the comments below, and stay tuned as official release details come underway.
Air Jordan 33 SE Low
Release Date: Spring/Summer 2019
Style Code: CD9560-106