For years, Air Jordan retros graced the NFL field, but until now, what differentiated those sneakers-turned-cleats lacked one of its most notable elements -- the signature Jumpman logo.

Now, for the first time ever, Jordan Brand has officially announced that the iconic Jumpman logo will finally appear on the gridiron on a variety of Air Jordan-inspired PE cleats, and particularly highlighting the Air Jordan 11 in cleat form.

Jordan Brand athletes such as Jalen Ramsey of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Tyrann Mathieu of the Houston Texans, Le’Veon Bell of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Michael Thomas of the New Orleans and Jamal Adams of New York Jets, are just a few of many Jordan Brand athletes that will be flaunting player-exclusive variations of Jumpman-branded cleats that will coordinate with their team's signature colors, along with personal logos and choice of materials.

You can check out the cleats in action on the field, as the 2018 NFL season kicks off today. For more details head over to Nike.

In other Jumpman news, Carmelo Anthony reveals a Jordan x rag & bone collab for NYFW.

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