According to both sources, the Jordan 6 golf shoe, which is already available in Japan will soon be available in the US in two distinct colorways pictured; black and white (Oreo) and Red and White (Infrared...not whiteNred).
Actual release date is unknown, although we're comfortable with probably soon. The retail price hasn't been announced either, but we're equally as comfortable with probably not cheap.
Does Jordan Have Crossover Appeal?
The Jordan brand is as iconic as it gets in shoe circles, so it makes plenty of good sense that Nike would continue to leverage success in other areas of its business for the benefit of its golf division.
But, as we're all too aware, you golfers can be a particularly finicky, and traditional group, so you tell us...
Does this shoe excite you?
Would you consider adding the Jordan 6 to your golf shoe collection?
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- Fairway: TaylorMade SLDR S Mini, 12° Fujikura Speeder X
- 3-4H: TaylorMade SLDR TP S
- 5-GW: PXG 0311 w/ KBS C-Taper S+
- SW: TaylorMade Tour Preferred EF Tour Grind (54° bent to 55°)
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- Putter: PING Karsten TR ZING