In the early NFL season, last night was yet another instant classic. Los Angeles Chargers were defeated 27-24 by the Kansas City Chiefs. A lot got lost in the shuffle between the anticipation for the game and the new Amazon Prime broadcast.
Travis Kelce of the Chiefs, one of FanNation Kicks’ favorite players to cover, did what he does. The seven-time NFL Pro Bowler hauled in five catches for 51 yards. After observing Kelce’s pregame attire, we had no doubts about his ability to perform effectively.
On Instagram, Kelce and the NFL posted images of the tight end working out before the game. Naturally, the footwear Kelce donned before to the Thursday Night Football game is the subject of our attention. Fans may find all the information they need regarding Kelce’s shoes below.
‘CLUB 58 GULF’
NIKE SB DUNK LOW
The Nike SB Dunk Low in the “Club 58 Gulf” colorway was worn by Kelce. The shoes went on sale for $100 on March 1, 2021. According to StockX, the typical resale price as of right now is $343.
This color scheme was influenced by the iconic Gulf Oil GT-40 race vehicle. A “Blue Chill” suede upper, black laces, and a white leather Swoosh insignia are all present on the vintage skate shoe. The woven tag stitched onto the filled mesh tongue and a patch with the number 58 are both located close to the heel. The quick look is completed by the “Safety Orange” outsole.
The Nike Dunk Low has experienced a significant resurgence in popularity over the past two years, as all sneakerheads are aware. Because of this, we are used to seeing a wide variety of colorways, but Kelce is not being fair with this unique pair of sneakers.
Only Week Two of the NFL season has passed, and Kelce is already thinking about the playoffs. We are eager to learn more about the All-Pro tight end’s next plans for the remainder of the season. To find out more about what your favorite athletes wear on and off the field, keep an eye on FanNationKicks.com.
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