Former NFL player Michael Strahan has shared the incredible news that he has created a limited-edition "exclusive Super Bowl LVI collection" that includes varsity jackets, t-shirts, and hoodies.
"Excited to announce our Starter X @michaelstrahanbrand collab becomes available on 2.5!," the Good Morning America star shared on social media with fans. Posting a video on his page, he revealed he has teamed up with G-III Apparel Group, and popped in to see the "new collab".
WATCH: GMA’s Michael Strahan drops incredible Super Bowl collection
The black jacket features a blue and white star design, and reads "Super Bowl Fifty-Six Los Angeles" across the back. The blue jacket features palm tree designs and a wide pale yellow band running through the middle.
The 56th Super Bowl will take place on 13 February at Los Angeles' So-Fi Stadium.
Fire emojis littered the comments section as fans praised the designs.
"Looking great Michael, you have the style and class," commented one fan as another added: "I'm feeling those jackets."
The limited edition jackets drop on 5 February
The Michael Strahan Collection launched in 2015 and expanded into activewear under the MSX moniker the following year. The new collection's varsity jackets will retail between $195-220,and there will also be track jackets ($135-155), hoodies ($120), T-shirts ($50 to $75) and women’s varsity jackets ($185) available.
Michael sacks Tom Brady in the 2007 Super Bowl
Michael played just one season of football in high school before he landed himself a scholarship from Texas Southern University.
He was drafted as a senior and played all 15 seasons of his career with the New York Giants.
He remains tied with T.J. Watt for the most NFL single-season quarterback sacks, and helped the Giants win Super Bowl XLII over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in his final season in 2007.
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