Pour One Out for NIKE’s Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG
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Pour One Out for NIKE’s Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG

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Pour One Out for NIKE’s Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Brooks Koepka is pulling up to a major championship in style.

While I’m not ready to bet the farm on Koepka winning the PGA Championship, his special NIKE footwear have claimed the top spot on my Mount Rushmore of major gear.

With Tiger’s swift departure, Koepka is the closet thing that NIKE has to a poster child. It’s not officially his signature shoe but the Air Zoom Infinity Tour is made for Koepka, just like the Air Zoom Victory is made for Rory.

Let’s take a closer look at the unofficial, official, Brooks Koepka NIKE shoe for the PGA Championship.

About the Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG

NIKE Air Zoom Infinity Tour

New for this year, the Air Zoom Infinity Tour doesn’t reinvent the wheel. At first glance, it’s pretty similar to last year’s model. Non-removeable spikes, visible Air units … you get the idea. But the tech specs do suggest upgrades have been made.

Starting with those glorious Air units. They’ve increased in volume for better comfort and more energy return. Air is one of those cushion systems that feels better with more force and adding more volume should ensure they don’t collapse under the immense pressures of the golf swing.

While these Air units are generally encapsulated (or caged), this one was left uncaged to allow for more compression, more flex and, thus, more energy return.

For those who aren’t down the NIKE cushion rabbit hole like myself, I’ll sum it up this way: the forefoot cushion should provide energy return and step-in comfort.

Bringing up the rear, the NIKE Air Zoom Infinity Tour features a lightweight foam throughout the midsole and into the heel for even more comfort. In previous iterations, this has generally been NIKE’s REACT foam. Though it isn’t specified, my guess is that it’s still REACT.

Made for Valhalla

Here’s a quick pointer for NIKE stuff: When NIKE adds the “NRG” tag, it means it’s a special release. This NIKE Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG is made for the PGA Championship, inspired by Kentucky bourbon and classic wooden golf clubs.

I love storytelling so I absolutely love this shoe. From the woodgrain insole to the custom wooden hang tag, this shoe is just flat-out cool.

NIKE Air Zoom Infinity Tour

Did I mention the wooden hang tag? I love small little details like that.

The hues of brown, orange and copper set this pair apart from the host of other PGA Championship-themed gear and I’m here for it.

You can pick up this special pair now at NIKE.

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Connor Lindeman

Connor Lindeman

Connor Lindeman

Connor is MyGolfSpy's resident sneakerhead who believes that golf is more enjoyable with a fresh pair of kicks. When he isn't scrolling Twitter to find his next golf shoe purchase, you can find him at the piano or trying a new dessert place with his wife. #Lefty

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      Meezy

      3 weeks ago

      Good looking silhouette, very comfy, and stable. The haters in the comments can’t dress and probably use old spice.

      Reply

      usmcgyrene

      4 weeks ago

      I haven’t bought golf shoes from Nike in over a decade. I’ve found them to be less than stellar in terms of fit and comfort. If this is what Nike is putting out now, I’ll add extremely ugly to the reasons I’ll avoid them in the future.

      Reply

      PHDrunkards

      4 weeks ago

      F off you alcoholics
      You deserve ugly junk like this

      Reply

      birdiedancer

      4 weeks ago

      I’d have to be paid a lot of money to say those are nice looking shoes…no wonder Tiger left Nike.

      Reply

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    Drivers
    Jun 11, 2024
    Callaway Paradym Ai Smoke Ti 340 Mini Driver
    Putters
    Jun 11, 2024
    Triple Black Evnroll 38 Tour Spec Putters
    FootJoy limited FootJoy limited
    First Look
    Jun 11, 2024
    JUST DROPPED: FootJoy Red Clay Premiere Series