Professional golfer Brooks Koepka hit the links in a pair of Off-White™ x Nike golf cleats yesterday in Atlanta, Georgia.

A cleated variation of the Air Max 90, the shoes came complete with an Off-White™ zip tie, neon orange tab, and familiar branding on the upper reading "Off-White™ for Nike" and "Air Max 90."

Previously, Abloh also gifted custom Off-White™ kicks to Nike athletes like tennis player Serena Williams and footballer Kylian Mbappé, so it doesn't come as a total shock to see Koepka laced up as well.

Currently, there's no word whether this was a special pair made for Koepka, or whether Nike is working on a larger golf capsule with Off-White™, but we will be sure to update you once we know more.

Just in case you are a golf journalist or searching for a primer on Virgil Abloh’s fashion brand Off-White™, look no further than our in-depth explainer covering the history of the brand, plus how to buy sneakers from the ongoing Off-White™ x Nike collaboration.

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