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  1. Hard to say. Beams is a Japanese company, could be a collab, could be them hyping a colorway we don't have yet.
  2. I know some people feel like the new 90s are cheap or not as nice as the Am1s but honestly I've been wearing mine as everyday shoes since this god awful winter has kept me off course and I've gotta say, I love them. I feel like the fit is a little better (for me at least) over the 1s and they're easier to keep clean than the 2nd gen 1s which were just too high maintenance.
  3. Prices below include USPS shipping. If you'd like items shipped via UPS to avoid the constant delays let me know and we can find a price point since UPS is expensive depending on area. Trades Aldila Rogue White 130 60 or 70 S or TS Nike Air Zoom 90IT (not the newest model) 9.5 1. Nippon Pro Modus 120s 5-PW $160 $140 shipped Based on a 37" 5 iron shaft. Pulled stock from Mizuno MP-18 These will 100% need new grips. 2. Tour Striker Planemate- SOLD 3. Aldila Rogue Silver 130 60TS w/Ping G410 ti
  4. understood....just didn't want your ad to get zipped for not having them
  5. Previous release, AZ90it, were very tough to keep clean but were also a totally different shoe. Those were a mesh, the new Am90s are a lot like the AM1s
  6. Oh no denying what you're saying at all. I've got Nike Golf stuff from forever ago I love and still wear. And you're right about the risk of blending lines and alienating groups. IMO Nike looks at it like "why are we trying to compete with Footjoy or even a brand like Travis Mathew/Cally?" They want to go the classic route and appeal to the traditionalist and Nike is very clearly trending toward the athlete crowd with half of their lineup and the hipster crowd with the rest. No saying it's a good thing but I do think they've chosen to try to find a foothold beyond Tiger which really fueled t
  7. I'm a few days late but I picked this up....it's kind of heat TBH. I think, in a lot of cases, Nike is really trying to connect Nike Golf to the current style of Nike clothing instead of leaving it on an island. The line-up has increasingly become a mix of athletic style and hipster/sneaker head options. The inclusion of the Nike polo which isn't an athletic material is a great example. Same goes for all the prints. Plus ppl have gone nuts for street shoe conversions like the 97s, 1s, 90s, 270s etc etc....just makes sense for them to keep blending.
  8. I have a feeling we are going to see a lot of the AZ90it colorways from a few years ago......which isn't a bad thing.
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