Nike tie-dye Air Jordans, Air Max 97s, Roshe Gs and Zoom Infinity Tour golf shoes to be released for 2020 PGA Championship
The Peace and Love footwear collection from Nike brings tie-dye to golf in five remarkable designs
Matthew Wolff first showed off tie-dye Nike golf shoes in May, and now they’re being released and are available for purchase along with four other tie-dye versions of Nike golf shoes: the Air Zoom Infinity Tour, Air Max 97 G, Zoom Victory Tour and Jordan V Low G.
The Peace and Love footwear collection from Nike was designed for the PGA Championship next week at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, with the city’s history of counterculture in mind. Home to the 1960s movement, the rainbow dye became a uniform of sorts for its free-spirited residents.
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The five shoe styles will be available on Aug. 3 for anyone who has registered through Nike’s website and Aug. 6 for the general public—if they aren’t sold out by then. Nike’s limited-edition releases tend to sell out in the most popular sizes within hours of going on sale (as seen with the recent NRG pack launched earlier this month).
Images of the Nike Jordan V Low G golf shoes ($220) leaked earlier this week, leading to a lot of skeptics debating if a tie-dye Air Jordan golf shoe could really exist. The shoe is very real, and our bet is that it’ll be the first style to sell out. The spiked high-top shoe has the spiral rainbow tie-dye design at the side of the shoe, splashed on the midsole and covering the sockliner. The words “love” and “peace” are also printed on the bottom of each shoe in a groovy, colorful font.
The rainbow coloring is used in the Nike Air Max 97 G golf shoes’ ($190) curving design that was originally inspired by bullet trains in Japan. It has a series of translucent full-length air pockets across the bottom and heel of the shoe to add a ton of bounce to this fashion-forward hybrid golf shoe.
Wolff previewed the tie-dye Roshe G Tour golf shoes ($130) earlier this year at the TaylorMade Driving Relief charity event—showing off the most colorful option in Nike’s Peace and Love footwear collection. The fan-favorite silhouette is simple, comfortable and easy to remix with limited-edition designs like this. The full tie-dye shoe holds the bold pattern well on the soft synthetic leather upper. Expect to see Rory McIlroy, Francesco Molinari, Jason Day and Russell Henley lace these up next week at Harding Park.
Brooks Koepka, Cameron Champ and Patrick Reed will wear the rainbow Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour Golf Shoes ($180) at the PGA Championship. The waterproof knit show is kept primarily white, enhanced by the bold tie-dye pattern wrapped around the heel. Kopeka had a hand in designing this shoe to make it feel like a sneaker but perform like a tour-level golf shoe. This is the second limited-edition version of the Air Zoom Infinity Tour after the blue-purple NRG pack sold out last week.
When Nike remixes the Air Zoom Victory Tour ($200) for limited golf collections, it’s usually the most subtle of the group. The low profile shoe is designed for simple and clean styling for an ultra-refined look. A touch of rainbow tie-dye goes a long way on this premium leather golf shoe.
If you can’t wait, check out the Golf Digest Shoe Guide: The Best Golf Shoes of 2020 or Nike's current offering of Air and Jordan golf shoes.