Keegan Bradley’s Jordan Brand Golf Shoes (Updated)

You know you have swagger when His Airness gets his people to make some one-of-kind golf shoes for you.


Keegan Bradley, who has been wearing custom Jordan Brand golf shoes for close to a year, debuted a new style of J’s at the Honda Classic last week and posted the following picture of the mystery kicks to his Instagram account.

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The 2011 PGA Champion’s new Jordans feature his KB logo on the heel and the brand’s Jumpman logo below the ankle. The shoes also contain strong black accents across the top of the toes, in the mid-foot area and on the heel.


ESPN personality and former PGA Tour caddie, Michael Collins, tweeted images showing the shoes from a couple of other angles (see above and below). Collins also seems to be insanely jealous of Bradley’s new footwear based on his tweets, but aren’t we all.


So what’s the scoop on Keegan’s J’s? Well, there is probably more known about some covert military operations than Keegan’s shoes at this point, but they appear to have Nike’s Air technology in the heel and forefoot along with a traditional soft spike system. They also look a lot like a previous model that Bradley wore during the Presidents Cup last year that featured an elephant print. Prior to that model, Bradley sported a remix of the Jordan RCVR sneaker.

Updated March 23, 2014

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Another week, another new pair of Jordans for Keegan Bradley. Check out the picture above. Bradley debuted this pair at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill this past week on his way to a runner-up finish. These have a reversed-out colorway from the ones we saw a couple weeks ago — same design, same logos, but there is more black on this shoe.

What will we see next from Keegan? Check back here. We’ll continue to document the mysterious Jordan golf shoes.

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