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The original Nike Air Max 90 was renowned for its clean lines and timeless style. The Nike Air Max 90 G stays true to the OG icon with a few updates made for golf, like integrated traction and a thin overlay that helps keep out water.
Relic - Mar 16, 2021
Great Spikeless Shoe for on and off the course. The lifted heel builds calfs and also puts your stance forward.
Old School Golf Shoe
EEQ - Feb 23, 2021
Love the colorways and the OG Style. You can wear them on and off the course. The only thing is the grip could be better its spikeless after all. But, no big deal.
A Classic turned Golf
Twani20 - Feb 15, 2021
These shoes look awesome and are of great quality. The Air Max 90s have always been a favorite of mine (I own 4 pairs) Once I found out they were releasing these as a golf shoe I had to have them. I've owned any and all brands of golf shoes including Nike, Adidas, Puma, Footjoy, GFore, Truelinkswear. I'm loyal to no brand of shoes. These shoes feel very similar to the Air Max 90 sneaker version. Grip is pretty good and have had no issues there. I would say that these fit similar to the sneaker version but with the waterproofing on the shoe there is a little less give making the toe box a feel a bit snug compared to the street shoe. I normally wear a size 11, I went with size 11 in these and they work great. If you have a wider foot go up half a size. If you have a normal to narrow foot go true to size.