The Air Jordan 1 Golf Gets a Mule Makeover

With the first example of the new silhouette dressed in a classic Bred colorway.

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The Air Jordan 1 Golf has become a canvas for a variety of exciting in-line releases like the “Gift Giving” pack and “Pollen” examples, as well as collaborative releases like Travis Scott’s Low. More recently, the shoe has undergone a makeover, turning it into a slip-on Mule.

Dressed in iconic “Bred” colorways, the new slip-on silhouette makes its debut, coming to life as a lace-less and heel-less Air Jordan 1. While they’re branded “Golf” we presume players would likely wear these as transitional shoes rather than on the course.

Notable design elements of the shoe include the complete removal of shoe strings and eyelets, leaving a sleek black leather upper, complemented by a red Jumpman logo and “GOLF” branding — the same branding is found at the heel of the insole as well. Aside from its new construction and removal of laces, the remainder of the shoe stays true to traditional elements of the Jordan 1, sitting on a white rubber midsole and red outsole.

An exact release date for the pair has not yet been announced at the time of writing, however, they are expected to retail for $110 USD, with more info likely to be revealed via Nike‘s official site soon.

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