Back in 2016, Jordan Brand and the University of Michigan had teamed up with each other. As the high of the their partnership, Jordan Brand unveiled the new uniforms and matching Air Jordan Retro PE sneakers for the Michigan Wolverines basketball team in October of last year. Although Jordan Brand designed this special edition line to include all the Air Jordan models up to the Air Jordan 30, sneakerheads only got a look at few of them like the Air Jordan 1, 3 and 11. It seems that Twitter user @JayHarbaugh has shared new photos of some of the previous and some unseen iterations from the Michigan PE Collection.
In their recent game against the Illinois Fighting Illini, the Wolverines were leading way with a double-digit score by the time there were three minutes left in the first half. Beyond that, the Wolverines kept adding to that lead and by the time there were six minutes left for the game to end, they were 21 points ahead of the Illini. As can be expected, the Wolverines ended up defeating the Illini with a score of 66-57. The Wolverines succeeded in making up for the 85-69 loss they suffered against the Illini in game that took place just ten days before this recent one.
Considering that Jordan Brand and the University of Michigan will remain this their partnership for a very long time, sneakerheads can expect plenty of other Air Jordan PEs to be created for the Michigan Wolverines. Here, sneakerheads can see the Air Jordan 7, Air Jordan 8, Air Jordan 10, Air Jordan 11, Air Jordan 12, Air Jordan 13, Air Jordan 19 and Air Jordan 20 colorways from Jordan Brand’s first ever Michigan PE Collection. Much like the few models that sneakerheads got a look at last here, these ones are also dressed up in the same Blue and Maize color scheme since those are the official, signature colors of the university.
Sneakerheads know that PE sneakers from Jordan Brand rarely hit the shelves, but it is also not unusual for them to arrive at retailers every now and then. So, perhaps a few renditions from the Air Jordan Michigan PE Collection may even hit the shelves in the future.