The Air Jordan 6 Low Golf Cleat Appears With An Airbrush Paint Job

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Jordan Brand continues to demonstrate its frontman’s love for the game of golf with the latest Air Jordan 6 Low Golf cleat.

Unveiled in time for the U.S. Open, the modified basketball sneaker features a series of grey and purple tones across its upper. Detailing throughout the top-half is stylized as an airbrush paint job, perhaps a nod to the middle-of-the-ball t-shirts available across Los Angeles. Midsole accents double down on a playful paint job, donning a speckled finish. Branding visible through the semi-translucent outsole makes the most direct nod to these relics of turn-of-the-century style. As with other Air Jordan designs updated for the green, plastic spikes adorn the sole unit, delivering reliable performance across 18 holes.

Enjoy official photos of the pair ahead, and find the golf shoes via Nike SNKRS on June 16th.

For more sneaker news, check out the latest Nike Air Max releases.


UPDATE (06/07/2023):
A release date is expected on June 14th, 2023.

Air Jordan 6 Low Golf "U.S. Open"

SKU: FD0205-055
RELEASE DATE: Jun 14, 2023

US 06/14/2023 Wednesday

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