The Nike Air Max 1 Golf has had an impressive 2019 so far. The year teed off in February with the super popular grass-covered iteration that dropped alongside some other classic colourways. Towards the middle of the year there was a neat ‘Royal Blue’ drop to keep the momentum rolling. And then August chipped in with a Realtree Camo version.
Now we’ve spotted a ‘Cargo Khaki’ design that seems to be an extension of the Enemies of the Course range that the Swoosh introduced back in 2016. That wide-ranging collection featured a custom print from artist Michelle Morin that depicted ‘15 varieties of plants and animals’ that were all deemed to be enemies faced by greenskeepers when trying to maintain pristine golf courses.
This time, a colourful print appears on the inside of the shoe, and down below within the otherwise icy outsole. Even if you consider yourself to be your own biggest enemy on the course, it might be time to make peace with the trusty old adage that ‘if you can’t beat them, join them’.
An official drop date hasn’t been given, but pairs of this colourful crep are expected to be available very soon via Nike and selected stockists.