The Air Jordan 33 SE will release in a “Black/Cement” colorway and we have a detailed look and review.
The Air Jordan 33 SE feels like a refined version of the original Air Jordan 33.
Its FastFit technology feels better on-foot and feels like it’d be a bit more functional overall. Granted, this is just from a try-on, but after wear-testing and reviewing the original Air Jordan 33, these are the things I noticed right away.
Tech specs on the SE edition of the shoe is the same as the first with an Unlocked forefoot Zoom Air unit and a heel Hex Zoom unit — all housed within a Phylon midsole.
I will be testing the shoes, after I get through a long list of shoes I have yet to start on due to tearing my calf, so be patient with me and I’ll get it all taken care of. In the meantime, if you’re interested in the Air Jordan 33 SE, the “White/Cement” colorway is available now at NikeStore.com. For those looking forward to the “Black/Cement” colorway, they’ll be releasing on May 3 for $160.
They look good but the mids killed my feet. Very hard, cushion seemed absent and the shoe never seemed to break in. With same tech I’ll pass, however, the Westbrook Zer0.2’s are the best thing on my feet since the AJ XX8’s.
I don’t know why they completely missed on the grey on the outsole. I get that a brand wouldn’t want to entirely re-hash a look, but when the translucent gets ugly over time and it has a record of not performing as well as said brand’s solid compound offerings, I don’t like the compromise.
But the heel routing is what has me interested in the 33 SE/Low.