Having worked together on a number of collaborations since 2021, Eastside Golf and Jordan Brand are back with another joint offering. However, instead of subverting the classics as they did with the Air Jordan 4 G, the duo now rework the Jordan ADG 4, a Nike golf shoe that actually looks like one.
The upcoming Jordan ADG 4 “1961” low-tops are found in black suede uppers with perforations for breathability spread along the seamless toebox section and collars. A visual of a man wearing a sweater, jeans, and a big gold chain is engraved on the leather tongue tab and featured on the hangtag, meanwhile mismatched insoles feature “1961” and “Change.” text. Rounding out the look is a heel counter piece featuring elephant print-like patterns and treaded soles fine-tuned for the green.
Featured on the shoebox is the quote: “In honor of those who paved the way for change. 1961.” In 1961, the PGA Tour made the monumental decision to lift its ban on non-white golfers. The rule change would allow for those such as Eastside Golf’s co-founders Olajuwon Ajanaku and Earl A. Cooper to compete.
Take a closer look at the Eastside Golf x Jordan ADG 4 above and expect the pairs to release in the coming months via Nike and select retailers.
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