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New from Ewing Athletics is the Ewing 33 Hi ‘Georgetown'.
The first release of the year was the Ewing 33 Hi ‘NYC' which paid homage to his days playing for the New York Knicks. This release here brings us back to the day where Patrick Ewing was a force on the Big East courts for the Georgetown Hoyas.
The shoe is set to release on March 15 at select retailers including Titolo.
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