The Air Jordan 1 "Chicago" Has Been Turned Into a Golf Shoe

Freshest shoes on the green.

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Jordan Brand has been slowly turning its silhouettes into styles fit for the green. The latest shoe in the lineup is the classic Air Jordan 1 Retro in “Chicago,” fitted with spikes on its outsole. Other differences between this colorway and the original are the “Wings” logo and the larger Jumpman on the tongue. Rumored to release early next year, will any of your golfers be picking up the shoe?

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