We dug the kicks in white and red last time, but we're sure your golfing footwear game could stand to benefit from these black-on-black mid tops.
You'll surely be the only one on the golf course with a "Wings" logo on his shoes.
Nike promises that the leather on the uppers is waterpoof (with a one-year warranty) and that it will develop a gorgeous patina overtime, a hallmark of quality.
The Air Jordan 1 Golf Premium is coming December 15 on nike.com and at select retailers.
Expect them to cost the same as the first colorway (see above): $200.