Air Jordan 5 Lows, Nike Air Max 97s and More Get Tie-Dyed in Nike Golf's "Peace, Love and Golf" Collection

Five silhouettes in total, all with bold and bright patterns for summer tee times.

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Jordan Brand and Nike Golf are bringing light-hearted fun to the links this summer with a full tie-dyed collection. Made up of the Air Jordan 5 Low Golf, Air Max 97 G, Roshe G Tour, Air Zoom Infinity Tour and Air Zoom Victory Tour, the collection repurposes basketball and running silhouettes and also infuses new energy into classic golf styles.

Among the quintet of makeups, the Air Jordan 5 Low and Air Max 97 are the clear standouts. The Air Jordan 5 Low features a spiraled tie-dye print on its signature midfoot window, midsole’s toothed detailing and collar trim. Gone are the standard barrel-shaped lace deubres, replaced by medallion-style circular iterations. Tongues and heels alike serve up a silver Jumpman logo. On the other end of the spectrum, Nike‘s sleek Air Max 97 offers a canvas-like material and a more splotchy tie-dye print, using its bullet train-inspired overlays for contrast.

Rounding off the collection are the Air Zoom Infinity Tour — essentially a golf-ified version of the React Infinity Run — the long-running Roshe G Tour and the Air Zoom Victory Tour, a traditional, dressy golf shoe updated for the modern game. All five silhouettes feature a white base color and a ’60s-style “Love” graphic placed under their translucent, toothed or spiked outsoles to round off the look.

The Jordan Brand and Nike Golf “Tie-Dye” collection is available now at Nike France, with prices ranging from €120 EUR-€220 EUR (approximately $142-$260 USD). And will be available on Nike US on August 3 for Nike Plus members followed by a wide release on August 6.

For more colorful kicks, check out Union‘s recently revealed Air Jordan 4 “Guava Ice” collaboration.

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