Inspired by the 1960’s hippie movement, which took place largely in San Francisco, California — the home of this week’s PGA Championship — Nike added a tie-dye twist to some of their most notable silhouettes.
They designed five different tie dye golf shoes including their traditional Air Zoom Victory Tour, their street-inspired Air Max 97 G, and their Jordan V Low G. Catch your favorite Tour players — Rory McIlroy, Jason Day, Brooks Koepka and others — rocking these kicks throughout the week.
At this point, the tie-dye trend has fully infiltrated the golf space, and I don’t think it’s going anywhere — even after the Tour departs from Harding Park. Scroll down to pick up your favorite(s) today. And hurry!! I don’t think these will last long.
Nike Air Max 97 G NRG
These shoes combine the ripple-effect design made famous by the original Air Max 97 with the integrated traction and plush comfort expected on the golf course. Vibrant details, like the tie-dye accents, “peace” and “love” printed outsoles and groovy logos celebrate the sense of culture, community and social revolution that San Francisco has been known for since the 1960’s hippie movement.
These kicks are just flat out cool. They merge the iconic Jordan silhouette with the psychedelic hippie-inspired theme while still providing the support and stability expected from a high quality golf shoe. They also feature a removable Jordan baller ball marker in place of the traditional lace lock.
These ultra lightweight and durable golf shoes deliver a responsive feel, integrated traction and springy cushioning. They feature tie-dye accents and “peace” and “love” printed outsoles to celebrate the hippie movement that took place in San Francisco in the 1960’s.
Nike React technology ensures comfort and responsiveness in every step. The Piston spikes and revolutionary traction pattern supply exceptional grip, and the translucent outsole highlights the Zoom Air units. They also feature groovy tie-dye accents and “peace” and “love” printed outsoles to celebrate the city of San Francisco.
These psychedelic shoes feature saddle overlays for extra support, plush foam for cushioning and removable spikes. They’re already sold out on Nike.com, but click the link below to shop resale opportunities.