Recreating the launch look for the fairway, the big Air icon features an enhanced breathable upper and an innovative traction system. The snug contouring upper features a flexible mesh overlay that ensures breathability while maintaining waterproof. It is interesting to note that the shoe comes with a one-year waterproof warranty from Nike.
The Air Max 270s sole unit has been reinterpreted for the green as the foam midsole assisted by a large Air unit provides plush cushioning for each step, while the external heel counter stabilizes the foot. An integrated traction pattern set on the perimeter is specifically designed to enhance grip during rotational movements and can be worn off the course.
Priced at $150 USD, the Air Max 270 G in “Light Bone/Black/Hot Punch/White” is available now on Nike’s website and at select retailers.
In case you missed it, the Nike SB Dunk Low “Grateful Dead” recently received an official release date.