Each pair was adorned with a Greek alphabet-inspired lettering dedicated to the player’s respective professional sport. The shoes were all constructed in premium suede for the upper and featured embroidery on the forefoot as well as metallic lace locks. The pairs came in three colorways, a purple magenta featuring turquoise details, emerald green with red detailing and the third, a smoky blue-grey hue. Since these shoes are part of the F&F collection, they will not be released at retailers.
This is not the first time the company has shown its gratitude to its athletes by gifting them a unique pair of shoes. In 2019, Jordan Brand gave their athletes a special pair of “Dress Code” Air Jordan 4 PE. Take a look above at the 2021 Air Jordan 6 “Fraternity” PE.
In other footwear news, Air Jordan 11 Adapt has received a “University Blue” makeover.