The University of Michigan and Nike announced today that they’ll collaborate on Jordan-branded gear for the school’s football program. ESPN reports the two took over Detroit’s original Model-T manufacturing plant for the big event, where a selection of the uniforms, shoes, and casual gear—all in Michigan’s traditional blue-and-yellow with the added Jumpman logo—were unveiled.
Michigan is one of the nation’s premier college football programs, with an annual revenue of more than $152 million. Michigan Stadium, the Wolverines’ home turf, is the largest stadium in the United States with a capacity of 109,000. The move represents another significant step outside the basketball space for the Jordan label, which teamed up with Brazilian soccer phenom Neymar in June for a line of cleats, apparel, and even a signature Air Jordan V.
A few more highlights from the collection: