Jordan Brand Decks out Five NCAA Teams With 31 Low PEs for March Madness

Support your squad for the big tourney.

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Following up a busy NBA All-Star Weekend that saw the Air Jordan 31 dipped in gold and transformed with an iridescent upper, Jordan Brand will be dropping off five Jordan 31 Low PE’s for March Madness. While Selection Sunday is still a couple of weeks away, March 12 to be exact, the NCAA squads from Michigan, UNC, Georgetown, Cal and Marquette will all receive home colorways of the AJ 31 Low.

Each of the five colorways feature a mesh toe box that transitions into a leather heel area where distinct branding for each respective squad is stitched across both heels in bold font. UMich has “GO BLUE” on the back in yellow, UNC has “TAR HEELS” on its rear in white with black trim, Georgetown sports “HOYAS HOYAS” in navy with white trim, Marquette breaks the trend by having “MARQUETTE MARQUETTE” on the back in white outlined by black and yellow, and finally Cal has “GOLDEN BEARS” in navy with orange trim. Rounding out the details are “XXXI” on the inside tongue tab and rear heel counter and translucent soles.

You can support your squad on March 7 when all five colorways drop via SNKRS for $160 USD each. Let us know below who you got cutting down the final net this year.

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