While Jordan Brand cranks out new models regularly, it's often the older shoes that continue to drive the hype. Aside from having the time to develop into true classics, they're also the kicks that MJ actually wore on
The crowning feature of the 33 is Nike introducing FastFit tech to a basketball silhouette for the first time. According to Nike, it works in three steps:
"1. Loops on the tongue and heel allow easier entry. 2. The tightening system activates its cables with a single tug of the forefoot strap, creating a full 360-lockdown 3. Eject by pulling the side loops to release the cables."
Aside from being easy to repeat during a game, it also feels pretty hype compared to the traditional lacing process–like you're a pilot suiting up for takeoff which ties in nicely with all the air and flight imagery Jordan shoes have always carried.
The shoe’s aesthetics are less future-crazy (and shocking) than other recent Jordans and we can imagine wearing them casually for the clout points. The launch colorway with bred vibes on a