Nike modified the Air Max 1 Golf for 2023, getting rid of the grippier soles and synthetic uppers in favor of a more original design. Nike is working on regular colorways like “Sport Red” and some simple black/white options. They are also making limited editions for the biggest sports events of the year.
Here’s a first look at the “Always Fresh” Air Max 1 Golf shoes that were made for the Master’s Tournament in 2023 at Georgia’s historic Augusta. Nike used peach skin suede overlays on the upper, which is a nod to the state’s official fruit. Light bone suede was used on the toe box and ankle collar.
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On the insole and at the bottom of the quarter, some logos look like peaches. On the heel, some stickers look like fruit. Special tongue labels and a NIKE logo on the heel add to the surprise. “Always Fresh” can be seen through the clear outsole.
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rnament will be held from April 6 to April 9. This Air Max 1 Golf and the rest of the 2023 Masters Pack will be released by Nike in late March or early April.
In other news about AM1, the “Big Bubble” Air Max 1 is coming back in March as part of the annual Air Max Day celebrations.