Images of the highly anticipated Nike Air Max 1 golf shoes were leaked on Jan. 12 with little detail. FN got the scoop from Nike on the launch, which will include three course-ready styles adapted from one of brand’s most popular sneaker silhouettes.
All the styles include Nike’s signature Air Max unit in the heel, with the addition of a jagged tread for enhanced grip. Among the first to debut is the “Grass-Camo” style, which offers a turflike upper made to seamlessly blend into the green. It will be accompanied by the “Paid-in-Full,” complete with a shredded-money print inspired by match winnings. Both looks will drop on Jan. 31 and retail for $140.
And for those eager to nab the styles even sooner (and save a few bucks in the process), Nike will be offering a limited number of kits featuring the “Grass-Camo” and “Paid-in-Full” shoes for $275 on the Nike app starting Jan. 30.
Rounding out the list, the Swoosh will also release a more subtle red, white and gray colorway of the model on Feb. 2 for just $120.
Considering the hype around these shoes, we have a feeling they won’t last long. A word of advice? Mark your calendar ASAP so you can nab your favorite look before it’s gone.
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