Stay Clutch With The Spikeless Air Jordan ADG Golf Shoes

May 6, 2019

Category: Gear

Retro Jordans have been getting golf-ready makeovers as of late, including the Air Jordan 1 and 11 models, and the transformations continue. This time around, the Air Jordan 3 silhouette is getting the golf redesign treatment for those who want to lace up a stylish retro pair and achieve greatness like His Airness, but on the golf course.

The spikeless Air Jordan ADG Golf Shoes are built with exceptional Zoom Air responsive cushioning and flexible outsoles so your feet move naturally for a proper swing. Replacing spikes are the integrated traction patterns for a reliable grip on the grass. For further stability, the laces of the shoes are integrated with the midfoot overlay and the inner sleeves hug your feet for a sock-like, comfortable feel. And the Air Jordan ADG Golf Shoes have elephant print on the heels and toes, capturing the unique look of the original basketball shoes. These golf shoes come in two colorways and they’re available right this second for $140.

Purchase: $140

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