Michigan Is Ready To Go With Air Jordan Game Shoe Exclusives

October 19th, 2016 by / 0

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Michigan‘s deal with Jordan Brand officially kicked in on August 1, heralding a partnership that should be a boon for both sides through the contract’s 2027 expiration, with the option to extend to 2031. That means at least 11 more years of Air Jordan player exclusives for UM’s sports programs, of which the basketball wing figures to feature most prominently. When the Wolverines host their regular season opener on November 11 against Howard University, they’ll have these blue and maize player exclusives at the ready.

Air Jordan 31 optimizes its gradient design with a navy blue heel to yellow toe layout, while the Super.Fly 5 reverses that scheme for a more stark binary appearance. As with virtually every Jordan Brand college PE, don’t expect a retail release on these. However, there’s good news. Air Jordan 31 hasn’t yet hit NIKEiD, but you can customize the Super.Fly 5 to your liking now here.

Source: Michigan Basketball

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