Give the Michigan fans in your life an unrivaled gift
Twenty-two miles of California redwood bleacher-style seats were installed prior to the 1927 dedication of Michigan Stadium. In 1965, the benches were clad in blue fiberglass to prevent discoloration and further weathering of the wood. During a 2005 infrastructural upgrade at the Big House, a very limited number of these seats were salvaged, preserved in a warehouse about 300 yards from the stadium, and authenticated by Michigan Athletics for use in our products. This is your chance to own a piece of Michigan sports history!
MICHIGAN STADIUM NUMBER-MATCHED SETS: Purchase a matched set with a Victors Edition Michigan Stadium Pen (with a numbered COA) and Michigan Stadium Bracelet (with an etched serial number). Order both at the same time and receive a matched set. Want to specify your favorite player’s jersey number or your own lucky digits? Check the jersey-numbered Michigan Stadium stock and order yours before they get away!
If you bleed maize & blue but basketball is your game, stick around. We’ve tracked down the of Crisler Arena’s original maple hardwood surface. The history of Crisler can’t be told without Cazzie Russell, whose talents lead Michigan to consecutive conference titles in 1964, ‘65 and ‘66. With a surge in popularity, the fan base outgrew Yost Field House, necessitating the construction of a new venue. In 2011, the playing surface was replaced as part of a major renovation and the last few feet of maple flooring made it’s way to us in 2019. We honor Cazzie and “the house that Cazzie built” with the limited Cazzie Russell Edition Crisler Arena Pen. Meet Cazzie — even join him for dinner — at our product release in Ann Arbor, Homecoming weekend!