Air Jordan 1 Low Golf Arrives in "Chicago" and Other New Colorways

Including “Triple White” and “Shadow.”

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Following the reveal of the Air Jordan 1 Low Golf “Wolf Grey” reminiscent of Kim JonesDior x Air Jordan 1 Low, Nike unveiled three new iterations of the silhouette.

Unlike the Air Jordan 1 Golf and the recently released Air Jordan 4 Golf “Brey,” the upcoming editions barely resemble golf shoes — which is precisely what Nike and Jordan Brand have set out to design, functional shoes that won’t go out of style. Extending the use of classic shades, the latest Air Jordan 1 Low Golf come dressed in the trademark “Chicago,” the classic all-white “Triple White,” and the popular “Shadow” coloway.

The Air Jordan 1 Low Golf “Chicago” features a white leather base with Varsity Red overlays, a revamped rubber outsole, and a Jumpman Golf tongue tag. Finishing the design are “Black” swooshes, laces, and lining. The Air Jordan 1 Low Golf “Shadow,” on the other hand, features a “Black” leather base, laces, and outsole. Further decorating the shoes are Swooshes, the toebox, and the heel counter dressed in gray.

Stay tuned for more on the Air Jordan 1 Low Golf in four different colorways, set to release during Spring 2022 at a retail price of $130 USD.

In case you missed it, take a closer look at the Air Jordan 1 High OG “Stage Haze.”

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