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What was first speculated to be the Air Jordan 33, we now have confirmation that these kicks are in fact the Jordan Supreme Elevation. First reported on by One on One Testers in August, Jimmy Butler has officially debuted Jordan Brand’s newest performance basketball model. Blending elements of the Air Jordan 32, and full-length, segmented Zoom Air cushioning from various signature models, the Supreme Elevation will hopefully be one of the better bang for your buck models on the market before 2018 comes to an end.
The Air Jordan Supreme Elevation’s overall build & tooling distinguishes a very similar look to that of the 32s. The kicks sport a high-top look with two straps around the collar and mid-foot area, as well as riding atop a full-length Nike Zoom Air unit that looks to be segmented, similarly to the KD 10. To top it off, MJ’s newest kicks feature a full flyknit construction build, looking similar to the 32s. Finally, there’s some additional synthetic leather overlays around the mud-guard and heel-counter area.
No release date has been confirmed at the moment, but expect more information to come along as the sneakers hit the hardwood by Jimmy Butler, and other Jordan Brand endorsers such as Victor Oladipo and Blake Griffin. Would you grab the Jordan Supreme Elevation? How do they look in comparison to the 32s? Let us know, and make sure to share your thoughts on The Sole Chat Forum.
h/t: Slam Kicks.