Sneaker Spotlight: Nike SB Dunk Golf Pack

Nike SB Dunk Golf Pack image courtesy of KicksonFire

Nike and the sport of golf have always had a close relationship. Arguably the greatest golfer of all-time, Tiger Woods, has worn Nike golf shoes for years. In the past couple of months Nike Golf has been buzzing thanks to two new releases, the spiked golf version of the Nike Dunk and a Nike Free prototype made specifically for Tiger Woods. However, some sneaker enthusiasts may remember one of Nike’s most unique “golf” shoes that released six years ago this month.

In May of 2006, Nike SB created one of the most unique makeups the iconic Dunk silhouette has ever seen with the release of the “Golf Pack.” The Nike SB Dunk Golf Pack featured two colorways of the classic sneaker in low-cut form. The design features perforations that follow the accent panels much like you would find on traditional golf shoes. Argyle print details were placed on the heel and could also be found on the matching apparel that released alongside these Dunks. The most unique detail on the Golf Pack SB Dunks was the removable lace flap, which gave the shoes a look that would have easily passed as playable on the golf course. The SB Dunk Golf Pack featured a white and Midnight Navy version (seen below) and a Net and Maize color combo that we still need help getting on to the wiki.

Are either of these colorways of the SB Dunk Golf Pack a part of your collection? Be sure to let us know if you can help us out with an upload.

Nike SB Dunk Golf Pack uploaded by Druken Aligator Poupon

One response to “Sneaker Spotlight: Nike SB Dunk Golf Pack

  1. if only they’d a)put spikes on these or b)make the dunk NG with a fat tongue

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