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Nike has announced plans to release Air Max 1 Golf 'Grass' shoes.
That's right, the latest round of footwear from the company will have 4G turf on the outside and will cost around £110 ($140).
However, there is no release date for the Tinker Hatfield-designed shoes.
Check them out below.
Nike is set to release Air Max 1 Golf "Grass" kicks this year. :eyes:- GOLF.com (@GOLF_com) 13 January 2019
No gardener is needed for these Nike Grass golf shoes.- Mr Topes Golf (@MrTopesGolf) 15 January 2019
The Nike Air Max 1, became popular in 1987 as the first shoe to feature visible air pockets in the midsole, Golf Shoe debuts in February in three styles. Would you wear the green grass edition? pic.twitter.com/PF4ieAJOnY
As expected, Twitter users have mixed feelings on the shoes.
"These look like shoes I would be so proud of when I was ten, but so embarrassed when I saw a picture of myself wearing them," one Twitter user wrote.
A second tweeted: "What happened to Nike wanting to dominate apparel once they left the club market, I've seen nothing good yet since then, all ranges from standard to ridiculous with nothing great in between???"
A third added: "Why would I want to play a gold shoe that makes you look like you are playing out of the rough!"
For such an innovative company we're impressed that #nike has embraced "natural" materials to create the Grass edition of their Air Max 1 #golf shoe. We're not sure what our merino sheep friends would make of the shoes but nevertheless we welcome @nikegolf to the fold. https://t.co/FxJhusMYK1- ramsie (@ramsiegolf) 14 January 2019
Someone at Nike has been smoking the same material.- Michael Graham (@michaelgraham84) 13 January 2019
Will you be picking up a pair of the Air Max 1 Golf Grass?
Let us know in the comments.
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