Video: Michigan football players show off new Jordan cleats

The University of Michigan and Nike officially became apparel partners on Aug. 1, the first day of the universities new deal with the clothing giant that will last through the next eleven years.

As part of the deal, the Michigan football program will be outfitted in the Jordan brand.

While the new Michigan football uniforms have yet to be unveiled, a couple of players from the team took to social media to show off a first look at the team’s new Jordan cleats.

Both players — wide receiver Maurice Ways and safety Khaleke Hudson — seem very excited about the Jumpman era.

Check out the cleats below and let us know your thoughts:

https://twitter.com/KhalekeHudson/status/760118684904022016

With the buzz already surrounding the new gear, you know there is going to be plenty of attention on the program’s official unveiling of the Jordan football uniforms. If they can live up to the high standard set by the cleats, we’d have to guess the players will be happy.

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