Nike Golf Heads to the California Coastline with Three-Shoe "Torrey" Pack

An Air Jordan 4 G, Air Max 90 G and Air Zoom Infinity Tour, all inspired by California’s famed Torrey Pines course and arriving just in time for the US Open.

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Ahead of the 2021 US Open at Torrey Pines, Nike is paying homage to the famed course and the unparalleled experience of golfing on the California coastline with a new “Torrey” pack from Nike Golf. Consisting of special takes on the Air Jordan 4 G, Air Max 90 G and Air Zoom Infinity Tour, the “Torrey” pack distills the ethos of a sunny day on a Cali course down into three footwear options.

The most notable of these offerings is the golf-ified Air Jordan 4, which leaked in the middle of May and was originally thought to be called the “ACG.” Its inspiration is dual-pronged, drawing in equal parts from OG Air Jordan flight suits and the hang gliders and parasailers you’ll often see above the Cali coastline. It’s made of a ripstop material and combines teal, orange, purple and black above a full-length outsole plate and removable spikes.

Next up is the Air Max 90 G. Adapting Nike Sportswear‘s iconic Air Max 90 to serve up style and performance for the course, the G’s “Torrey” makeup is inspired by coastal California flora and sunsets. It’s done up in a crisp sail colorway that’s accented by purple, teal, aqua and yellow accents. The mudguard even boasts a debossed pattern that’s inspired by the bark of the Torrey pine. Gradient-tinted, spikeless outsoles and a special insole graphic complete the look.

Last but not least, there’s the Air Zoom Infinity Tour. It’s the most technologically advanced of the bunch and similar in colorblocking to the Air Max 90 G thanks to a sail Flyknit upper with a large purple Swoosh and an iridescent heel piece. Under this heel piece sits a full-foot Zoom Air unit that’s stitched directly to the upper for more responsiveness, plus two more Zoom units placed above the translucent outsole’s spikes and embedded in a cushy React foam shell. Insoles boast the same graphic as the AM 90 to complete the look.

The Nike Golf “Torrey” pack will see a staggered rollout, with the Air Max 90 G and Air Zoom Infinity Tour releasing on June 14 while the Air Jordan 4 G will arrive on June 16. All will be available on the Nike webstore, and prices range from $150-$220 USD. The US Open at Torrey Pines runs from June 17 to June 20.

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