Nike Air Max 1 '86 OG Golf "Royal" Has an Official 2024 Release Date

Arriving next spring.

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Following the release of the “White/Black” colorway for the Nike Air Max 1 ‘86 OG Golf shoe in gum soles, the Swoosh is back with another release, this time in “Royal.”

Set to make its way to shelves in the spring, Nike is releasing yet another timeless shoe for the beloved sport of golf for enthusiasts everywhere. Sporting a classic white, hyper royal, pure platinum and black color palette, the shoe is constructed in various materials. With a unique four-window design that highlights the cushioning, and comfort of the shoe, the synthetic upper features waterproof capabilities so golfers can wear them to play in all weather conditions. The “Nike Air” embroidery on the heel is detailed along with the “Nike Golf” branded insoles while the outsole features traction ready for the green.

Look out for the pair of Nike Air Max 1 ‘86 OG Golf “Royal” on March 27, 2024 at select retailers and online at Nike for $160 USD.

In other footwear news, the Nike Air Max Penny 1 “Penny Story” has a 2024 release date.

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