The University of Michigan Gets Its Own Jumpman Trainers

Welcome to the new Nike’d out school.

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Last year, Nike lured The University of Michigan away from a deal with adidas, ensuring that the University’s football and baseball squad would be decked out in all Nike products. Now the time has come where Michigan’s Swoosh products have begun surfacing and we have a first look at Michigan’s Jordan-branded sneaker. The Jordan Trainer 1 features Michigan’s blue and gold colorway set inside an elephant print upper with the iconic “M” school logo underneath and on the tongue of the shoe. The Jordan Trainer 1 is part of the first wave of Nike gear featuring Michigan’s colorway so stay tuned for more products.

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