Five-a-Side meets Five Dollar Nassau with the adidas Samba OG Golf

Back in the recognizable “White Gum” colorway.

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As well received as adidas Golf‘s Samba Endless Summer pack was last month, many hoped to see the soccer turned golf shoe in its traditional white or black ensemble. Well that’s exactly what we’re getting now with the Limited Edition Samba OG Golf.

After releasing four pastel versions of the shoe in September, three stripes has provided this first look at the original 1950 colorway that gained so much traction throughout the summer as a streetwear essential. Just as one would expect, the pair arrives with a white leather upper, serrated black stripes and suede toe overlay. The main differences between these and the classic Sambas lie in the metallic gold tongue label as well as the gum colored rubber outsole, which features a subtly reworked tread pattern for better grip on the golf course.

Release is expected in the neighborhood of early to mid-November, so stay tuned for more updates.

In other golf news, Eastside Golf is preparing its “Out of the Mud” collaboration with Jordan Brand.

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