The Air Jordan 33 is Rumored to Release in October, With a Price Cut

As expected, the Air Jordan 33 will release in time for the 2018-19 NBA season.

According to leaker @soleheatonfeet, the Air Jordan 33 (XXXIII) will release sometime in October of 2018. The next NBA season will tip off sometime in late October, and it’s almost certain that Jordan Brand will time the release of its next signature accordingly. If the direction Jordan Brand went with the Air Jordan 31 and Air Jordan 32 is to be followed, the Air Jordan 33 will be inspired by the iconic Air Jordan 3, a favorite among sneaker enthusiasts the world over.

Moreover, it looks like the signature Air Jordan line will go from the Air Jordan 32’s $185 price point down to $175. That still makes the Air Jordan 33 far more expensive than incredibly capable offerings from Nike, Jordan Brand, adidas, and Under Armour, and we have yet to see if the new shoe will bring technological advancements. Expect the Air Jordan 33 to release inĀ Black/Dark Smoke Grey/Sail/White come October.

Pictured above is the Air Jordan 32; you can check out Nightwing2303’s performance review below.

7 Comments

  1. How about you drop the price to 110-80$. Other competition companies are doing cheaper options than those.

  2. I initially loved the 32. But it’s a little clunky. It never quite broke in like I had hoped. It went from a favorite to out of my gym bag pretty quickly. Still great for casual wear.

    1. how often do you use them and how much do you weight? mine broke out pretty nicely after the first game. traction was good on pristine courts and mediocre on dirty floors, although I found a solution or so it seems it worked for me after I brush brushed the bottom when they got quite dirty and dusty.

      I wore mine a lot during games and pretty much abandoned using my Lebron 15s.

  3. Can they just go straight to air jordan 34.
    Nobody really wants a redesign air jordan 3

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