Nike and Jordan Brand are releasing three colorways of the Air Jordan 1 Low Top Spikeless Golf Shoes tomorrow, Saturday, January 22.
The three colorways include an all-white, black and gray, and gray and white colorway.
The shoes are scheduled to release at 10:00 a.m. EST at all authorized Nike retailers, including PGA TOUR Superstore, Golf Galaxy, Golf Locker and Carl’s Golfland for $140.
Each pair features a premium leather upper, encapsulated Air in the heel, an integrated traction pattern, and a one-year waterproof warranty.
“The Nike Air Jordan 1 Low G Spikeless Golf Shoe features genuine leather and bold color blocking that recreates the classic look. Today, MJ’s love for the sport continues through the game. golf shoe, and the Air Jordan 1 Golf Shoe continues the tradition. It’s perfect for that golfer who dares to be different. Featuring Air in the heel, a Jumpman on the insole, and an integrated traction pattern, the Air Jordan 1 G recreates the look of the low-cut original, but gives you everything you need to play 18 holes in comfort.
Jordan Brand golfers Pat Perez, Bubba Watson and Harold Varner III have been putting these shoes up for grabs on TOUR for a few weeks.
Don’t forget to set your alarms tomorrow at 10am EST if you’re looking to pick up a pair! Which color is your favourite?
Via Cover Image Carl’s Golf Course
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