Nike unveils traditional shoe for British
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Jul 14, 2011 3:32 PM ET
Similar to their promotions at The Masters and U.S. Open, Nike Golf has unveiled a limited, special-edition shoe that its athletes are donning at the 140th Open Championship at Royal St. George's.
An all black shoe, Nike says it took a cue from ‘classic British dress shoes and brief cases,’ by featuring a tumbled leather with leather accents, herringbone tweed at the collar of the shoe, and a lining that was 'inspired by polka-dot hankerchiefs.’
Manufactured in limited quantities, the shoe is available for consumers at nikestore.com.
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