Tyler, the Creator Wears Never-Before-Seen GOLF le FLEUR* Kicks & Golf Wang Pieces

Could these kicks release soon?

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Lollapalooza 2018 was in full effect this weekend in Chicago and one of its main acts Tyler, the Creator got on stage to perform some of his best and most-recent hits. In addition to putting on an energetic show, Tyler actually came out in some new never-before-seen gear.

Firstly, he stepped out in a colorful “explosion” print shirt that looks to be on-trend with the button-down dad and bowling shirts trend. He also rocked a “Golf” gold necklace chain for a bit of flair. In the footwear department, an unreleased GOLF le FLEUR* shoe was spotted and the model has a white and red colorway. The bottom outsoles are designed with the GlF flowers branding.

No word yet on actual release dates for the pieces but stay tuned with us for more info in the future. In the meantime, check out the aforementioned items below. The above pic is a mockup of the shoe.

You can actually stream this year’s Lollapalooza if you’re looking to see some of the other acts.

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