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The Air Jordan 1 Low Golf Shoe Barely Looks Like A Golf Shoe

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Jordan Retro golf shoes have become such a hotly coveted item by those who want to hit the links in snappy footwear. Despite the Nike, Inc. completely exiting the sport a few years ago as its hardware couldn’t truly compete with the established names in the sport, they’ve been entirely relevant on the footwear front thanks to transformed classics. Unlike the Air Jordan 1 Golf and the current Air Jordan 4 Golf craze, this newly revealed Air Jordan 1 Low Golf shoe barely looks like it was made for the sport, and that’s largely due to the spike-less sole that these have been outfitted with.

That’s been the primary direction for Nike and Jordan for their footwear – maintaining integrity for the needs of the game without sacrificing the style. On this grey/black pair of the Golf Lows, you can barely tell that these aren’t for the streets, and we suspect there will be some that’ll actually go the off-the-green route in these.

A release date hasn’t been confirmed, but as in-hand photos have been emerging, we fully expect a release in the early parts of 2022 – and quite possibly this month. Stay tuned for updates and see what else is dropping in 2022 Jordans.

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UPDATE (01/14/2022):
A release date is expected on January 20th, 2022.
Air Jordan 1 Golf Low "Wolf Grey"
Release Date: Jan 20th, 2022 (Thursday)
Color: Wolf Grey/Photon Dust/White/Black
Mens: $140 Style Code: DD9315-002

EuropeFeb 10th, 2022 (Thursday)


North AmericaJan 20th, 2022 (Thursday)

Photos: john_van_dyk