The Nike Golf Air Max 97 G "Grass" Mimics the Course

Repurposing the lifestyle classic for the green once again.

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Following the release of a “Silver Bullet” colorway, Nike Golf has now prepared a “Grass” inspired look for the reimagined Air Max 97.

The new take on the lifestyle classic features an upper mimics the fairway and rough of the course with contrasting turf like textures. Accenting details include matching laces, plush green sockliner and a protective white synthetic leather mudguard. Branding on shoe comes in the form of yellow Swooshes on the lower midfoot, tongue badge and “AIR MAX” embroidered heel tab. Elevating the upper is a white midsole with a full-length yellow Air unit paired with an exaggerated toothy rubbery outsole for enhanced grip on the course.

The Nike Golf Air Max 97 “Grass” is set to be available online to Nike Members January 27.

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