The laceless Air Jordan 33 will soon hit shelves in a brand new “Utility Blackout” colorway to follow up last month’s “Tech Pack” iteration. Its translucent outsole unit supports a monochromatic upper that subtly welcomes an elephant print on its heel area. The sneaker’s pull cord matches the rest of the upper in black with its release cable adding a few drops of yellow for some contrast. To close things out, the ”Utility Blackout” edition is topped off with a Jumpman logo on the exposed tongue and a throwback Nike Air stamp on the heel.
The Air Jordan 33 “Utility Blackout” hits shelves on November 29 for $175 USD at select Jordan Brand retailers and Nike SNKRS. For those who gravitate towards JB’s older models, the Air Jordan 10 “Orlando” is set to hit shelves in December.