Tuesday, March 27, 2012
NIKE GOLF LIMITED EDITION COLLECTION
Launching April 2, 2012 is the LIMITED EDITION Nike Golf Collection. I wonder if the HYPEBEAST that has been buying up all the LIMITED shoes are going to buy out the entire Nike Golf collection as well? LOL!
The first golf Major of the season is just around the corner, and Nike Golf is celebrating by introducing a new Limited Edition Collection. Inspired by golf’s most hallowed tradition, the three products in the collection commemorate some of golf’s most memorable moments while helping to elevate your game.
Nike Lunar Control (Limited Edition) Men’s Golf Shoe
Nike designers obsessed over every detail to transform this shoe into something truly special with tasteful broguing, premium leather and a green and yellow color scheme that strikes the right chord. Lunarlon cushioning in the heel is ultra-lightweight for excellent comfort and the Nike Power Platform outsole offers the stability and balance the game requires. An accompanying linen shoe bag represents the caddie uniform for a perfect complement to this unique version of a groundbreaking shoe.
Nike Method Concept C1 RH (Limited Edition) Golf Putter
This revolutionary putter blends art and science to give you a smoother stroke and truer roll with less skid for a more precise stroke. How did Nike do it? Engineers created just the right balance of a lightweight aluminum face and heavier stainless steel body resulting in a high MOI-to-head ratio putter. It has the stability of the largest mallets of the game with a small blade-like form and premium, crafted style.
Nike 20XI – X (Green Swoosh Limited Edition) Golf Balls
Rounding out this collection is the ball that helps generate longer distance off the tee and more controlled shots on the green. With a lighter resin core and heavier outer layers never before seen in the industry, internal tests have shown, on average, a two to three mph increase in ball speed. A one mph increase equates to two to three yards carry distance. And that’s an advantage you don’t have to be playing in a Major to appreciate.