The Air Jordan 8 is the next model to join the lineup of Player Exclusives designed by Tinker Hatfield for Oregon Ducks athletes, in this case their football team.
This edition of the Air Jordan 8 “Oregon Ducks” PE features Grey ultra suede on the toe and perforations on the sides with White perforated leather overlays. Additional details includes Green and Grey terrycloth lining and Black satin finish along the heel overlay. Highlighting the shoe is a first-ever Black “Fighting Ducks” logo patch on the tongues.
Check out the Air Jordan 8 “Oregon Ducks” PE below, and don’t expect these to release to the public as they were only given to athletes and friends of the program.
Air Jordan 8 “Oregon Ducks” PE
Release Date: December 13, 2021 (StockX Auction)
Release Date: August 24, 2022 (GOAT Auction)
UPDATE 8/22: Much like StockX, GOAT and Division Street announced that they are auctioning off 400 pairs of the “Oregon” Jordan 8 PE, including 200 pairs of the “Pure Platinum” makeup along with 200 pairs of a previously unseen “Gorge Green” colorway.
The auction will take place via GOAT’s Offers at GOAT.com and in the GOAT app beginning Wednesday, August 24th at 10 AM PT until Friday, August 26th, at 11:59 PM PT. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the Division Street Fund, which supports all University of Oregon student-athletes.
UPDATE 12/11/21: 100 pairs of the Air Jordan 8 “Oregon Ducks” PE will be available via DropX auction on StockX and app starting Monday, December 13th at 12PM ET. To entire, you’ll have to log in or create a StockX account and place a bid on the the product page when it goes live. The 100 highest bids placed before the auction closes will win a pair at its bid price. Your bid will only be charged if you’re selected a winner.
UPDATE 12/11: The University of Oregon Athletics have officially unveiled their Air Jordan 8 “Oregon” PE. Unlike previous player exclusives, this pair features a first-ever Black “Fighting Ducks” logo on the tongues nodding to the school’s Black student-athletes. Check out the additional photos below.
Photos: Nick DePaula