Now, back in my first post on collaborative nike golf shoes I concluded with a suggestion of turning the uber comfortable Nike Free sneaker into a hybrid golf shoe. With the Air Range, it appears Nike has taken a long stride towards making that happen. Using the same integrated traction technology on the Air Rate (see pics of the sole at link), the Air Range features a mesh and synthetic leather combination upper, with a visible Nike Air Unit in the heel. Similar to the Air Rate, the Air Range also has a full-length comfort sockliner, a phylon midsole, and uses Phylite and the TPU Nike Power Platform.
The Air Range looks like a great shoe for well, the driving range, but also for a round or two of walking. Available in White with Blue or Red, and Black with Dark Grey, the Air Range is sure to keep your feet cool.
Up next… we had a reader comment about using Flywire technology in golf shoes… in the fourth installment of our sneak peek, we’ll take a look at how Nike has used Flywire technology with the Lunar Control.