Celtics star Jayson Tatum is reportedly sporting custom Jordans for Team USA play

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Only sneakerheads and Boston Celtics fans with the sharpest of eyes have likely noticed that All-Star forward Jayson Tatum has been rocking his own special custom Air Jordans for his play with Team USA ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics according to Sneaker News’ Michael Le.

As a flagship member of the Jordan Brand milieu, Tatum having his own personal edition Olympics kicks should probably come as no surprise, particularly given the organization’s ties to the U.S. National Team. But the St. Louis native’s sneakers aren’t especially flashy, only clearly tied to Tatum with his signature logo present on the tongue of one of the blue and white basketball shoe, the trademark Jordan Brand Jumpman logo on the other.

Let’s take a look at the sneakers in question.

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The blue and white design meshes well with the same color scheme for Team USA uniforms.

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You can see just a smidge of red to hit the three colors of the U.S. flag as well.

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From above, you can see the Tatum and Jumpman logos mentioned previously.

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And from behind, a little gold for, well... Gold. This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire. Follow us on Facebook! [lawrence-related id=53865,53862,53857,53854] [listicle id=53828]

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