Nike has dropped a new golf polo shirt in a collaboration with Nike Skateboarding (Nike SB), and it's... erm, well interesting to say the least.
The launch comes just two weeks after Nike Golf announced a new apparel partnership with Stone Island, which you may have seen Rory McIlroy sporting at Royal Portrush last month.
Maintaining momentum going into August and Nike has has introduced three new limited-edition tie dye coloured polo shirts.
The new three-item range includes colour combinations inspired by late-Nike runner Steve Prefontaine, 90s tennis, and a third option with blends of pastel colours.
The Prefontaine polo shirt is said to be inspired by the runner's rebellious personality and includes a patch of his likeness on the left upper in place of the polo's usual logo.
The loud and aggressive style Nike tennis was known for in the '90s has also been honoured by the brand with the second colour choice, which appears to be blocked in a windbreaker-inspired pattern.
And rounding out the collection is a pastel offering in shades of blue, pink, and purple.
Each of the new hand-dyed polo shirts in the Nike SB x Golf collection will retail for $85.
The collection is now available.
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Nike Golf is also welcoming a new all-white Air Jordan XI Low Golf model to its impressive line of golf shoes.
Although the price has yet to be confirmed, these types of shoes have typically retailed for around the $200-220 mark.
However, you will need to act fast when they come out this week as you can be certain they will sell out quick. The last two Nike Golf Air Jordan shoe launches have sold out within hours.
FIRST LOOK: NIKE AIR JORDAN XI LOW GOLF SHOE