Take an Official Look at the Air Jordan 4 Golf "Military Blue"

A classic 1989 colorway suited for the green.

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Following the preview of the Air Jordan 4 Golf “White Cement,” Jordan Brand is adding the 1989 “Military Blue” colorway to the roster. While ongoing rumors buzz around about the comeback of the regular Air Jordan 4 “Military Blue” sneaker, fanatics can hit up the course with the golf edition in the meantime.

The silhouette has received a number of renditions in the past few months such as Eastside Golf’s Air Jordan 4 G and Nike Golf’s “Torrey” pack. This latest offering follows the iconic colorway to a T with a crisp white leather base lined with a foggy gray mudguard and shoelace wing base. A vibrant blue hue details the tips of the wings, Jumpman logo, inner tongue, heel tab, midsole and behind the quarter’s signature mesh netting. The pair is fitted with spikes at the bottom of the outsole for a perfect gripped swing.

The Air Jordan 4 Golf “Military Blue” is set to release on September 3 for $220 USD at select retailers and Nike’s official website.

For more Jordan 4 news, the Air Jordan 4 “Red Thunder” now has a release date.

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