Earlier this month, Kansas City Chiefs' Andy Reid captured his first-ever Super Bowl win as a head coach in the NFL, and in honor of his latest football accomplishment, his in-game outfit will soon be on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The news was first announced on the Pro Football Hall of Fame's social channels that among the items from Super Bowl LIV include Reid's game-worn Chiefs jacket, hat, and a special version of the notorious all-black Nike Air Force 1 Low. This colorway, specifically on the low-top version, has become one of the internet's biggest sneaker jokes in the last few years as it has been synonymous with individuals who are up to no good. Reid's pair does feature distinctions from the retail release, with the 'Nike Air' branding on the heel altered to 'A R' for his initials.

The aforementioned items will be featured in the Pro Football Hall of Fame's "Today" gallery that features items from recent milestones during the NFL season and is updated throughout the year.

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