Jalen Hurts Wears Air Jordan Cleats in NFC Championship
Sunday afternoon’s NFC Championship game was just a continuation of the Philadelphia Eagles’ season-long dominance. Philadelphia handled the San Francisco 49ers 31-7 in front of their fans in the City of Brotherly Love.
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts led the way with 121 passing yards, 39 rushing yards, and one touchdown. The NFL All-Pro quarterback did it all in a rare pair of Air Jordan cleats.
Hurts is a Jordan Brand athlete and a serious sneakerhead. Despite only being 24 years old, he possesses a deep understanding and appreciation for classic kicks. Throughout this season, Hurts has worn a wide range of rare, custom, and player-exclusive cleats on the field.
During yesterday’s game, Hurts wore the Air Jordan 12 Low cleat in an unreleased colorway. The black leather upper was contrasted by the midnight green outsole, heel tabs, and Jumpman logo.
Air Jordan 12 Low
Unfortunately for athletes, the Air Jordan 12 Low ‘Eagles’ cleats worn by Hurts will never release to the public. However, the silver lining is that some Jordan Brand football cleats are available on sneaker resale websites like eBay, StockX, and GOAT.
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Additionally, Nike has already rolled out Super Bowl LVII gear for Eagles fans. Shoppers can check out the entire collection on Nike’s website.
As a former second-round draft pick, Hurts has already exceeded all expectations placed upon him. Even better, he is doing it all in style. Jordan Brand will make sure their signature athlete is laced up in more fire cleats when the big game gets here in less than two weeks.
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