With trends in the world of golf starting to have more streetwear sensibility and renewed cool factor, brands are starting to pour more energy into their respective fairway-ready product lines. One imprint that has been making its presence felt is Jordan Brand which has been generating a healthy amount of footwear offerings inspired by its iconic signature lineage. Up next for Jordan Brand is the Air Jordan 12 Low Golf "Driftwood" colorway which — after surfacing early in April has just now appeared via official imagery.
The designers who worked on this iteration clearly took a more lifestyle-centric approach in its palette. Premium tumbled leather uppers are ornamented with a "Sail" hue and sit next to buttery suede mudguards that are drowned in its titular shade. More complementary accents are thrown onto the golf kicks in the form of metallic gold hardware, tan heel tabs and copper-colored Jumpman insignias on the tongues. Bold pops of orange also poke out through the insoles and Jordan logos that are planted into the cleated bottoms.
If you're thinking of adding these to your rotation, you can find these dropping through Nike come June 15 for $220 USD.
In other news, official images of the Air Jordan 9 "Particle Grey" have been loaded.