Jordan Brand Hits the Gridiron with Huge Showcase of Air Jordan 13 PE Cleats

The brand built on the iconic moments Michael Jordan brought to basketball will be using a different sport to celebrate 20 years of the Air Jordan XIII.

Today, Nike unveiled several Player Exclusive Jordan 13 cleats for members of the Jordan Football roster. The cleat has been made to match the NFL uniforms of the Cowboys, Panthers, and Browns — note the eye-catching Los Angeles Chargers and Jacksonville Jaguars builds.

Members of the Jordan Football roster were given the opportunity to provide input on their respective shoe  (the reason for the mix of both mid-cut and low-cut cleats). Each insole will also feature either the logo or initials and number of the player wearing the PE. Here’s the list:

Jamal Adams (New York Jets):

Dez Bryant (Dallas Cowboys):

Corey Coleman (Cleveland Browns):

Michael Crabtree (Oakland Raiders):

Thomas Davis (Carolina Panthers):

Malik Hooker (Indianapolis Colts):

Melvin Ingram (Los Angeles Chargers):

Alshon Jeffery (Philadelphia Eagles):

DeShone Kizer (Cleveland Browns):

Jalen Ramsey (Jacksonville Jaguars):

Golden Tate (Detroit Lions):

Earl Thomas (Seattle Seahawks):

We also are shown a white PE with hints of green for Joe Haden of the Pittsburgh Steelers (likely created during his time as a free agent) and a predominately black set up that belongs to Jordan Reed of the Washington Redskins:

While PE cleats, and the 13 cleat in particular, are nothing new to Jordan Brand athletes, it’s interesting to see Jordan celebrate the anniversary of one of its most popular models in a different arena, or in this case, stadium (I feel a roast coming for that).

Who’s your favorite player of those to get an Air Jordan 13 PE? Which player got it right on his PE and would you like to see the colorway on the retro basketball model? Let us know below in the comments.

 

 

Source: Nike

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