Michigan's official retail partner, The M Den, is selling Jim Harbaugh No. 4 jerseys, as well as Michigan-branded Dockers khakis.
The two items were on sale at the Wolverines' home basketball opener on Tuesday, which Harbaugh attended. The M Den's co-owner, Scott Hirth, told ESPN.com that his people started making the jerseys as soon as the school gave him permission to.
Michigan students held a "Khaki Out" at the game in homage to their new football coach. Harbaugh has long been associated with his beloved Khaki pants, which his wife claims he buys for $8 at a local Wal-Mart.
Harbaugh wore No. 4 while a quarterback at Michigan from 1983-1986. As a senior, he was the Big Ten Player of the Year and a Heisman finalist.
- Molly Geary