While Nike’s most iconic golfer, Tiger Woods, is not going to be competing next week at the 2021 Masters, plenty of other big-name players who wear Nike footwear are going to be in the field. Golfers like Rory McIlroy, Tony Finau, Jason Day and others will be at Augusta National Golf Club trying to win the year’s first men’s major championship.
While Nike is not officially making any Masters-themed footwear, the company does have new colorways that will be featured by its athletes starting next week. Collectively, they are being called Nike’s Masters NRG Pack, but individually they are the Air Zoom Victory Tour 2 NRG, Air Max 90 G NRG and the Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG.
The uppers in all the shoes are made from 100 percent recycled canvas, which gives them a raw, rougher look and feel. The lace loops and the canvas on the tongue are also made from 100 percent recycled materials.
Air Zoom Victory Tour 2 NRG, $200
Nike Air Zoom Victory Tour NRG shoe (Nike)
Crater foam in the forefoot is made from 10 percent recycled materials, which gives in a speckled look. The material helps to provide cushioning and add stability. The seven replaceable cleats in the outsole increase traction.
Seven replaceable spikes give the Nike Air Zoom Victory Tour NRG added traction. (Nike)
Air Max 90 G NRG, $150
Nike Air Max 90G NRG shoes (Nike)
The materials used to create the lining of the tongue, collar and insole of the Air Max 90 G NRG are all made from 100 percent recycled material. The outsole is made from Nike Grind, a rubber that contains at least 10 percent recycled material. You can see the recycled material in this close-up photo of the upper.
The upper in Nike's Air Max 90G NRG is made from recycled materials. (Nike)
Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG, $180
Nike Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG. (Nike)
The Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG has a sporty look and style. On the bottom, three large traction pieces keep your feet locked into the ground as you swing.
The Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG has three large traction elements designed to increase stability. (Nike)