Roy Williams is a Tar Heel legend. There’s no doubt about it. Through his coaching tenure of 33 years at UNC and Kansas, Williams put up an unreal amount of numbers with over 900 wins and three national titles.
The Hall of Famer will go down in history for his sneaker game too. Coaching for Jordan’s alma mater has some perfect. And if you’re as good as Roy Williams is, your closet will look like a trophy room.
Take a detailed look at Coach Williams’ best kicks from his last season. We wish nothing but the best to one of the most fly in the game.
Air Jordan 1
Coach is a Tar Heel through and through from the quarter zip to his Air Jordan 1.
The Air Jordan 1 Co.JP “Midnight Navy” reemerged, this time in hightop form. Coach had to make sure his slack game matched the kicks for these.
PEs are always an extremely prized possession for sneakerheads and collectors. The premium Air Jordan 1 UNC is definitely up there on the “must-have” list.
Who says Lows aren’t popping? Coach pulled out the Air Jordan 1 Low “White Camo” for a clean look.
The Air Jordan 1 Low “University Blue” combines that signature UNC hue with a touch of black.
The Nike SB crosses over with the Air Jordan 1 as the “UNC” colorway features the signature fat tongue from the SB line.
Air Jordan 2
Coach isn’t messing around as he brings out the Tar Heel-inspired 2 Lows.
Air Jordan 3
Does anyone want to tell Coach that these are Georgetown-inspired? Nonetheless, the pair is clean.
Air Jordan 4
#TeamEarly for Coach with these. It’s only right.
Coach brought out a little bit of everything as the “Legend Blue” iteration of the AJ4 made its mark.
Air Jordan 5
The extremely rare Air Jordan 5 UNC PE had to be worn by Coach. We wouldn’t want it any other way.
The Air Jordan 5 Low is a hit on the sidelines as Coach brings out the “Dunk From Above” colorway.
Air Jordan 11
11s are as classy as it gets with the patent leather. Coach made sure his last season had some lined up.
The icy outsole and university blue patent leather and white upper combine for a stylish look on the sideline.
The Air Jordan 11 Low IE is a performance machine and the “Black Cement” colorway draws from an iconic part of the Jordan Brand legacy.
Air Jordan 12
From the bus to the sideline, Coach is never caught slacking.
Air Jordan 21
The Air Jordan 21 is one hell of a canvas. It’s arguably even better in low top form. Coach flexes his UNC-inspired PE as the pair captures the Chapel Hill aesthetic.