Jordan Brand is becoming an increasingly omnipresent force in the golf space, finding a home among people who donâ€™t adhere to the sportâ€™s traditional dress code. At this point, pretty much all of the most popular Jordan retros have been converted into golf kicks, a transformation which includes waterproofing, reinforced cushioning and adding spikes or toothier traction patterns. One of the oft-used silhouettes has been the AJ1 Low G, which is available in a large variety of colorways, but now the high top variation is getting increased attention as well.
The latest colorway to be rolled out is the AJ1 G â€œBordeaux,â€ confirmed via official images. Just like the AJ6 Low G NRG which debuted last March, the kicks pay homage to Michael Jordanâ€˜s favorite wine region. As to be expected, the titular hue is the driving force behind this iteration, featuring prominently on the overlays, laces and outsoles. Layered underneath the overlays are panels of clean white leather while the Swooshes are treated with metallic silver, and then finally the Wings logos are comprised of translucent bubbles.
If youâ€™re looking to cop a pair, set a reminder for July 7, and note the official retail price of $180 USD.
In other footwear news, theÂ Nike Air Force 1 Low â€œCacao Wowâ€ has appeared in rich brown.