In a time where playing well on the court often goes hand-in-hand with looking good while doing so, Jordan Brand and Nike have gone to great lengths to keep their schools and athletes staying fresh with the newest gear. Schools under Jordan sponsorship often receive some of the most exclusive sneakers around, unavailable to the public and reserved for athletes of the program. After a small sneak peek, it looks like Michigan State will be next-up for their own Air Jordan PE.

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PEs, or Player Exclusives, are signature sneakers that will take the theme of a certain player or team, made exclusively for the occasion and very rarely released to the public. After an initial leak from Instagram source @djbigboychengs, it looks as though the Michigan State PE has been confirmed for the Air Jordan 11 silhouette. Upon first glance, these are already a must-have colorway, never-before-seen on a Jordan 11.

Taking the shape of a typical Air Jordan 11, this Michigan State PE is highlighted by the stunning green patent leather across the entire upper of the shoe. The leather heel and mesh eyestays are done in white along with the matching laces and midsole. We see more hits of Spartan Green on the Jumpman logo and the “45” on the heel tab is also green. Uniform with most Air Jordan 11s, these also feature an icy blue outsole to finish the look.

Once again, this is just an initial leak of the shoe and we're still unclear on how widespread these will be, but you can expect Michigan State players and staff to be rocking these during the upcoming season. As far as a release to the public goes, don't expect these to be available for purchase any time soon. For now, it looks like Jordan Brand will be keeping these on ice for the athletes and coaches of the Spartan family.

Other notable PEs for schools like North Carolina, Oregon, and Michigan have become extremely popular on the resale market and have even fetch upwards of $5000 at some points. Expect similar hype once these start popping up on feet – the colorway is super clean and we've never seen an all-green Air Jordan 11 before.

Would you commit to MSU knowing you could rock a pair of these?