The Mayo GAA team are hoping the Lions star's shoes will give them luck this Sunday.
The Mayo Senior team will be dancing the night away in Tommy Bowe's shoe line on All Ireland Sunday.
The international rugby star, who has a successful shoe line with Irish brand Lloyd & Pryce, struck the deal with Mayo number six Donal Vaughan.
And they're hoping for a bit of Bowe, who scored a try during his Lions tour this year, might rub off on them.
The Mayo team will wear deck shoe style 'Best', as well as two other styles later on in the night when they are either celebrating into the night or drowning their sorrows.
“We’re delighted to do this deal with the Mayo lads and we’d like to wish both teams the best of luck on All-Ireland Day," Tommy said of the deal.
As Ireland gears up for the penultimate GAA match this Sunday, Independent.ie readers have been submitting their best fan pictures in preparation.
In our call for expats around the world to send in their greatest fan photos, we've received entries from every corner of the globe - from Peru to Alaska, Thailand to London.
Darren Butler proudly posted this image of him in his Dublin jersey 'on top' of Alaska, while Jacinta McHugh, Miriam Conway and Marie Heneghan campaigned 'Mayo 4 Sam' in glow-in-the-dark bodypaint while they soaked up the atmosphere at a full moon party in Thailand.
Stephen Togher from Mayo got a group of hard hatted construction workers on a site in Hong Kong to get behind Mayo.
Jason O'Neill proudly wears his Mayo jersey with pride as he visits Macchu Picchu in Peru, while several readers have also sent in their favourite photos at the home of GAA - Croke Park.
But it's not just people getting into spirit as Mayo prepare to clash with Dublin this Sunday for the historic All Ireland final - their pets are also getting in on the action, wearing the jerseys of the teams they 'support'.
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