Jordan Brand proceeds its powerful release of OG silhouettes of Air Jordan course-ready golf cleats. Following up from its past AJ5 lows, Jumpman has chosen to revisit its iconic “White Cement” colorway.
Jordan’s golf focus in recent years continues to deliver OG options that are wearable on the greens. Last year during TPC Sawgrass, Pat Perez was spotted wearing one of the most anticipated golf shoes to date. Crediting its treasured style, the AJ4 Golf “White Cement” promotes an exact reiteration of its original basketball shoe profile. This color palette of white, black, gray, and red still has many sneaker enthusiasts exhilarated to wear this classic. The shoe is adorned with grey tonality and the trademarked black splatter. The tongue blankets a red Jumpman emblem over white while the heel abstains the Nike Air inscription altogether. Last but not least, the Air-assisted midsole is designed with rubber outsole segments suited with traction cleats.
Pricing is still not available, but the Air Jordan 4 Golf “White Cement” is expected to release in the coming months.
In other footwear news, the Nike Air Max CB is returning in the OG colorway.