The iteration sits atop of a glow-in-the-dark outsole and sports a teal upper with gold accents, particularly on the Jumpman logo on the left tongue and Guo’s personal branding on the right. Other details come in minimal hits of black and red, a Nike Air Swoosh embroidery on the heel tab and calligraphy-style Chinese writing on the midsole.
25-year-old Guo is a professional Chinese Basketball Association player, currently playing as PG of the Liaoning Flying Leopards and a member of the national team. He became the first Chinese-born player to ever sign with Jordan Brand in May 2017.
The Air Jordan 33 SEE “Guo Ailun” drops April 4 at select international retailers, including Nike.com, for $160 USD.
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