Air Jordan 33 "University Red" Adds Quilted Pattern for a Luxe Look

Sparking the all-red trend again.

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A few days ago, we shared imagery of an all-red Air Jordan 33. Today, we revisit clean shots of the colorway ahead of this month’s confirmed launch. The “University Red” and black edition adds an argyle pattern to portions of the upper on its foxing, tongue and heel. Majority of this Air Jordan 33 welcomes university red with complementing black accents applied to its midsole, heel, tongue and inner lining. The FastFit technology-equipped model pays homage to Jordan Brand’s past and present with Nike Air and Jumpman logos on its heel and tongue respectively to complete the bright and bold look.

The Air Jordan 33 “University Red” hits select Jordan Brand retailers and Nike SNKRS on January 15 for $175 USD. Jumpman fans who look to cop some of the line’s older kicks can peruse images of the Jordan Brand Jumpman Swift 6.

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