Jalen Hurts In Dak Prescott Battle In Air Jordan Cleats During NFL Game


Thanks to the NFL, there’s never a dull Sunday in the fall. Football fans curl up on their couches to watch endless highlights, and sneakerheads get excited when they see the outrageous footwear that players wear both on and off the field. There was something on Sunday’s schedule for everyone watching the action, as usual.

Everyone was aware that unique cleats would be worn during yesterday’s Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles game, which had everyone’s attention. Fortunately for us, there were two Jordan Brand athletes in the match. It’s up to our devoted readers to decide which famous player had the better cleats.

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts officially joined Jordan Brand in August after dashing around in player-only cleats all season long. Hurts donned a pair of previously unreleased gold and white vintage Air Jordan 11 cleats on Sunday.

For many fans, the 11th signature sneaker in Michael Jordan’s collection is their favorite. It will always be associated with Space Jam and the Chicago Bulls’ 1996 championship run. On the gridiron, though, the vintage hoop shoe looks even better.

Online shoppers who wish to buy an Air Jordan 11 must turn to sneaker resale websites as they are currently sold out. They can anticipate the release of a new colorway around the holidays in the interim.

Dak Prescott, the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, is arguably the NFL’s face of Jordan Brand. One of the most seasoned players in the brand, the 30-year-old consistently rocks player-exclusive cleats that make us swoon.

Prescott threw back to the Air Jordan 1 in the traditional royal blue and white colorway during Sunday’s game. It was in keeping with the Cowboys’ colors, though it was nothing special. In addition, a lot of people in the sneaker community believe that the original Air Jordan model is the best.

Fortunately, the Nike website offers a wide selection of Air Jordan 1 sneakers in various colorways and styles for those who prefer to shop online. Like a good wine, the iconic basketball shoe has withstood the test of time and is a vital component of sports culture history. Tell us at @FanNationKicks who you believe had the better cleats on X and Facebook.