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Michigan's Maurice Ways Unveils Team's New Jumpman Cleats On Twitter

A Michigan player holding new Jordan Brand cleats.

Twitter/Maurice Ways

At midnight, Michigan and Nike officially became partners - kicking off an 11-year deal worth $173 million. Fans, as we noted earlier, flooded The M Den overnight to get their hands on new merchandise for the Wolverines. It looks like the Michigan football players have also gotten a look at some of the gear they'll be wearing on the field this year.

Two players - wide receiver Maurice Ways and safety Khaleke Hudson - have posted short videos of Jumpman cleats decked out in Michigan logos. Check them out:

">@Jumpman23 ?? pic.twitter.com/EmaDCvCBJu

— Moe Ways (@MoeWays)

💦💦😍 thank you for blessing us @Jumpman23 🙌🏾 pic.twitter.com/EmaDCvCBJu

— Moe Ways (@MoeWays) August 1, 2016

">August 1, 2016

Michigan's full uniforms have yet to be unveiled. We imagine there will be great interest when that happens.