Nike has unveiled an updated version of its popular Air Max 97 golf shoe - and it's fair to say it won't be for everybody.
Celebrating the original design of the shoe - which was released in 1997 and inspired by the bullet trains of Japan - the Nike AIr Max 97 Golf 'Grass' comes with a true stitch-for-stitch reconstruction of its iconic predecessor but with one noticeable difference.
It's clad in synthetic grass.
The shoe combines a simple white, yellow and green color palette, with a synthetic turf-like material placed on the upper.
It also comes with the the full-length revolutionary Nike Air unit, which debuted in the original Air Max, and is accented with an embroidered yellow Swoosh.
A green sock-liner completes the look.
The shoes are on-sale from today from the Nike website, priced at $190.
This isn't the first time Nike have released a grass-covered golf shoe, incidentally. They did so last year when they gave a turf-makeover to their popular Air Max 1 shoe.
It's not clear who - if any - of Nike's tour staff will wear the new Air Max 97 Golf Grass in competition.
The question is: would you?