Nike Sportswear Introduces Limited Edition March Madness Collections

By: 03.16.12
Syracuse March Madness Collection

Syracuse March Madness Collection (photo. Nike Sportswear)

Syracuse nearly became the first No. 1 seed to lose their opening game of the tournament, but that doesn’t mean they still don’t have dope gear. And now as March Madness continues, Nike Sportswear is introducing limited edition collections from ‘Cuse, Michigan State, Kentucky, Duke, Connecticut and Florida.

The Nike Sportswear collection includes Destoyer jackets, AW77 hoodies, crewneck sweatshirts, t-shirts, hats and shoes, and are all unique to the specific schools and fans. The products can be purchased at nikestore.com and select retailers including House of Hoops. For myself, being a Syracuse grad, you know what I’ll be getting. Fab Melo and myself will #RiseAsOne from the sidelines.

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Kentucky March Madness Collection

Kentucky March Madness Collection (photo. Nike Sportswear)

Duke March Madness Collection

Duke March Madness Collection (photo. Nike Sportswear)

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