At the beginning of this year, the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks were at the University of Phoenix Stadium to kick off the Super Bowl XLIV. Earl Thomas, who happens to be a Jordan Brand athlete along with a four-time Pro Bowler, started at safety on behalf of his team, the Seahawks. Earl played at the Super Bowl XLIV while laced up in a special version of the Air Jordan 7 PE Cleats, which were similar to the Air Jordan 6 PE Cleats that he sported during the Super Bowl XLVIII. While there is no point in expecting the Jordan release of PE Cleats like these, Jordan Brand has whipped up two new Air Jordan-inspired ones.
Since the early 2000s, the presence of Air Jordan PE Cleats on NFL fields has been quite strong. While the roots of the brand can definitely be traced back to hardwood courts, Jordan Brand sized the opportunity to expand their reach and encompass the sport of football as well. Currently, Jordan Brand’s roster of professional athletes includes the likes of Randy Moss, who is a future Hall of Famer, and the Jordan Brand’s professional football players have received the finest PE cleated kicks.
This weekend marked the beginning of the National and American League Championship Series, with the Kansas City Royals and the Toronto Blue Jays facing each other on October 16th. Another match took place the very next day between the Chicago Cubs and the New York Mets. David Price of the Blue Jays and Dexter Fowler of the Cubs, both of whom are Jordan Brand athletes, were spotted laced up in two new colorways of the Air Jordan 4 Cleats. @shegotgame even posted official-looking photos on Instagram of the two cleated footwear from Jordan Brand.
Of course, the Jordan release 2015 of these Air Jordan Cleats will not be taking place any time soon, or ever for that matter. Nonetheless, fans of the sport and those who actually play football on an amateur level are probably feeling quite envious.