The University of Michigan decided earlier this summer that the school will officially switch back to Nike as their uniform sponsor.
Yesterday, the school announced more news about the upcoming change that’s set to take place in 2016. Instead of having the traditional check symbol on player’s jerseys, it will actually be the Jordan logo.
Michigan will be the first football program ever to dawn the Jumpman symbol. Up until this point, the iconic image had only been seen on basketball jerseys.
Ohio State Beat Writer Ari Wasserman, found a photo circulating over the internet of a potential mockup for the Wolverines cleats.
These would be the coolest pair of football cleats I've ever seen pic.twitter.com/rPFLG1K7X9
— Ari Wasserman (@AriWasserman) August 14, 2015
For those of you who are not sneaker heads. This shoe is a mix between the Air Jordan 12’s and a football cleat.
Off-season uniform news is always entertaining for a fan base. However, big blue nation might want to see an improvment on the field, before a change of apparel design.
*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports