You might be aware that Jordan Brand has an entire collection of University of Oregon Ducks x Air Jordan sneakers. Jordan Brand’s legendary designer once studied at the University of Oregon and played track and field for the Oregon Ducks under coach Bill Bowerman, who is the co-founder of Nike. Tinker Hatfield has designed some of the most iconic Air Jordan iterations for the collegiate athletes of his former team. Earlier this year, Tinker Hatfield’s original sketch of the Air Jordan 3 was brought to life and now the Oregon Ducks have received this special PE iteration. Of course, it will not be joining upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018.
The fact that the Oregon Ducks is appearing in the Final Four will enable the team’s Pacific-12 Conference to make a lot of money. Every year, the NCAA distributes over $200 to each conference that appears in the Final Four. That is why it is beneficial for any particular conference to get as many of their teams as they can into the bracket. For every unit that the Ducks will win in this tournament, the Pacific-12 will earn almost $1.75 million. It is more than certain that one particular superfan will definitely be rooting for the team, considering all the Oregon Duck PEs he has in his collection. Continue reading This Superfan Showed Off His Impressive Air Jordan & Nike Oregon Ducks PE Collection
Within the sneaker community, Tinker Hatfield is widely recognized as the legendary sneaker designer who crafted models like the Air Jordan 3, Air Jordan 11, Air Max 90, and countless others. However, something that sneakerheads may not know about is the fact that before becoming a Nike designer, Tinker was a member of the Oregon Ducks. He represented the University of Oregon as one of their leading track and field. That explains why Jordan Brand has frequently gifted player exclusive Air Jordan sneakers to the Oregon Ducks. The latest one is the special PE variation of the Air Jordan 12 “Wool” that hit the shelves this past October. Continue reading The Air Jordan 12 “Wool” PE Variation Has Received The Oregon Ducks Treatment