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A sneaker originally mistaken as the Jordan 33 when leaked images released earlier this summer, has now been confirmed as the upcoming Jordan Omega PF. The images of this new silhouette from Jordan Brand reveal two color ways, a red and black, and a white a lime green. Both color ways also feature a translucent sole that switches to a solid pink separated via a zigzag pattern from heel to toe.
The Omega’s upper offers a leather material above the mid sole that transitions into flyknit over the toe and tongue with a stitching similar to one you would see on a baseball, and what appears to be a sock-like material around the collar. There are also two straps one at the mid foot and another across the top of the laces that connect via velcro. The sneaker also appears to feature full length zoom air a first for the Jordan line.
While Jordan is yet to officially confirm the sneaker, it is almost certain the sneakers will release. Release information is not yet available for these quite yet, but stick to The Sneaker Bulletin as more information on the Jordan Omega PF comes along.