Jordan Brand has unveiled customized school-specific Air Jordan 31 Lows just in time for March Madness.
The new shoes launch for the general public on March 7, and will sell for $160 per pair. The schools showcased are Cal, Georgetown, Marquette, Michigan and North Carolina.
Here is more from Sole Collector:
The Air Jordan 31 Lows appear in Cal Golden Bears, Georgetown Hoyas, Marquette Golden Eagles, Michigan Wolverines, and UNC Tar Heels styles. Each colorway references its connected university on the heel, and most do the same on the outsole.
It’s unclear if the players on these teams will wear the Jordan 31 Lows during the tournament or if they’ll have access to player exclusive designs. Note that not all of the teams involved in this pack are a lock for the NCAA Tournament—ESPN has Cal and Marquette on the bubble and Georgetown is a long shot with a 14-15 record for the season.
Some photos of the shoes are below. The Michigan ones spell out “Go Blue” when put next to each other, while the UNC ones spell “Tar Heels.”
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Would you grab a pair if you rooted for one of these teams?
Which schools would you like to see get their own pair?