The Masters is a week away, and Nike's Jordan Brand is ready to bring the heat for the first men's major of the year with an Augusta-themed shoe that looks amazing.
At a reveal in New York on April 1, the Jumpman showed off the Air Jordan 11 Low Golf Masters shoes and set for release on April 8 for $220 per pair. The release date was then pushed to April 12, before finally on April 6, Nike chose to cancel the release altogether and the related Snake Pack.
Air Jordan 11 Low from the “Snake Pack” for the Master’s golf tournament. Drops next Monday for $220. 🔥🔥🔥🔥
— Jacques Slade (@kustoo) April 1, 2019
The shoes have a green upper, contrasting with white trim right where the upper meets the midsole. On the tongue of the shoes, there's two hands in a prayer -- symbolizing Amen Corner at Augusta National Golf Club -- with the golf gloves on the hands bearing the Jumpman logo. The gloves are in Masters colors: green and yellow.
The sole has a metallic look with golf cleats.
The Air Jordan 11 Low shoes have been made in a variety of styles and colorways over the years, with the Jordan brand using classic looks to lead new releases. The Jumpman brand has been releasing more golf shoes over the years, with the likes of Harold Varner III wearing them on the PGA Tour.
It is not clear if any players competing in the Masters will be wearing these at Augusta National, but fans will be able to start Masters week by getting their hands on these incredible-looking shoes.
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