In November 2017, Jordan Brand announced that it was becoming the new outfitter of the Oklahoma University football program, making the Sooners the third NCAA football team to be sponsored by the brand (after Michigan and North Carolina). Now with the 2018-19 season ready to kick off, Oklahoma has unveiled its new Jumpman-branded uniforms at an event at its Switzer Center facilities on campus.
But if you’re a sneakerhead, the new uniform designs weren’t the most exciting thing on display, as the team also showed off a crazy collection of 30 Air Jordans in exclusive team colors.
The full set was shared on Instagram by Oklahoma sports writer Cliff Brunt:
The set includes every Air Jordan model from 1 to 30 in Sooners team colors of white, red and black. While some of the models like the Air Jordan 4 and Air Jordan 6 look very close to existing colorways of the shoes, others, like the Air Jordan 9, Air Jordan 11 and Air Jordan 17, get all-new looks that many collectors would love to see release. There’s no word on any of these Oklahoma exclusives hitting retail, but anything is possible.
Similarly, the Florida Gators, which became the fourth NCAA football program to be sponsored by Jordan Brand, unveiled their own new uniforms and exclusive retro colorways last week.