Wondering which golf shoes Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka or Matt Wolff might be wearing at the 2020 Masters? Well check out the latest vintage offering from Nike which is set to release ahead of next week’s 84th edition of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
With a nod to vintage styles and design Nike are set to release a limited edition set of ‘NRG’ golf shoes which include versions of the Nike Roshe G Tour, Air Max 97G, Air Zoom Victory Tour, Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour and the Jordan V Low G golf shoes. The “Rather Lucky Than Good” footwear pack will be available on November 9 to anyone with a Nike Membership, which is free to sign up for on the Nike website.
Nike Roshe G Tour NRG
The Nike Roshe G Tour NRG features grooved corduroy styling with a Kiltie on the tongue as Nike’s nod to years gone by. On the soles are the wording “Lucky” and “Good”. An internal heel counter helps keep your heel in place throughout your swing and saddle overlays hug the foot for extra support. The standard Roshe G Tour removable spikes twist and lock into position providing exceptional stability.
Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG
The Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG is inspired by a running shoe which helps it to delivery superb levels of comfort and stability. Similar to the Roshe G Tour NRG the soles feature “Rather Lucky” and “Than Good.” Nike’s piston spikes and a data-informed traction pattern provide exceptional levels of traction. The spikes are placed under two smaller Zoom Air units and are designed to compress with pressure for better energy return and added comfort throughout your round.
Nike Air Zoom Victory Tour NRG
The Nike Air Zoom Victory Tour NRG incorporates a traditional kiltie on the tongue which is a nod to the roots of the game. The ridges seen on the corduroy fabric represent the ups and downs you will face throughout a round of golf. “Rather Lucky” and “Than Good” are featured on the outsoles.
Nike Air Max 97 G NRG
The Nike Jordan 5 Low G has a classic corduroy styling along with removable spikes twist and lock into outsoles that say “Lucky” and “Good.” A removable Jordan baller marker features in place of the traditional lace lock which is a great feature. A visible ‘Air-Sole’ unit and foam midsole cushion every step, while adding comfort and vertical response through your swing.
Nike Air Max 97 G NRG
The Nike Air Max 97 G NRG brings back to life a Max Air icon with hints of corduroy and a traditional kiltie on the tongue. A foam midsole and a full-length Max Air unit provides support for every step, added to this is an integrated traction pattern delivering supreme levels of grip in a variety of conditions.
The general public will have access to purchase all styles except the Air Zoom Infinity Tours starting November 11. The Infinity Tours will only be available for Nike Members.
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