That question was the starting point for Dan Sunwoo and Tinker Hatfield’s latest University of Oregon F&F Jordan, created for the schools track & field program. Hatfield, a former track athlete himself, wanted to convey some of the inherent swagger track & field stars carry, so Sunwoo chose to allow the university’s famous yellow to pop strongly off the shoe’s primarily black upper.
An added quirk, made possible through the blocking of the Jordan 13, is that the Yellow pop also ends up looking like a duck foot when the shoes hit heel to heel. Bonus details include custom embroidery throughout and a replacement of the shoe’s traditional cat eye motif with the UofO logo.
Dressed in Oregon’s Black and Yellow color scheme. This Air Jordan 13 Oregon Ducks PE comes constructed with a leather upper and nubuck on the toe box. The words “Track” and “Field” appear on the lower tongue label, while the schools’ “O” logo covers the entire top tongue. The Jumpman hologram is replaced with the Oregon’s Duck logo as well as on the outsole.