Jordan Brand and
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.