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Nike Air Max 1G Golf Shoes

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Feb 13, 2019

Category: Gear

Former World No. 1 golfer Fred Couples introduced spike-less footwear to the game of inches by wearing a pair of Ecco Street Premieres at the 2010 Masters Tournament where he placed sixth overall. Since then, sneaker brands have caught on to making spike-less golf shoes, which provide you with more versatility on the green. One of the must-haves for any golfer is the Nike Air Max 1G Golf Shoes, as they’re a consummate blend of contemporary style and function.

Borrowing the silhouette of the original Air Max design, these 1G golf shoes are stylish enough to wear casually. However, they’re built with everything you need to master your killing stroke, including an integrated traction pattern for reliable grip, flexible outsoles that adhere to your feet for flush heel-to-toe transition, and full-length ‘Phylon’ foam midsoles for lightweight comfort. The faux leather uppers aid in keeping water out while the debossed eyestays provide further durability. You can scoop up a pair today for $120.

Purchase: $120

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