January 21st, 2017 by Yale Schalk / 0
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This is what was on every Jordan fan’s mind when Michigan signed with Nike in 2015. As tweeted by Michigan Football assistant special teams coach Jay Harbaugh, the team’s latest Air Jordan exclusives include timeless favorites like Air Jordan 7, Air Jordan 11 and Air Jordan 13, each dipped in Michigan’s blue and maize. These colorways were displayed at the Michigan x Jordan uniform unveiling last fall, bringing new excitement to the what-if possibilities of future Jordan retros. So far Jordan Brand has only issued UM editions of the Jordan Trainer 1 Low – will we ever see these hit shelves?
Source: Jay Harbaugh
Filed under: Air Jordans