Check out the shoes Travis Kelce wore before the Kansas City Chiefs game

Last night was another instant classic of the NFL’s young season. The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Los Angeles Chargers 27-24. Between the excitement over the game and the re-release of Amazon Prime, a lot has been lost in the reshuffle.

One of FanNation Kicks favorite players to cover, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce did his thing. The 7x NFL Pro-Bowler caught five receptions for 51 yards. There was no doubt that Kelce would play well after seeing his pre-game outfit.

Kelce and the NFL shared tunnel photos of the tight end’s pre-game fit on Instagram. Naturally, we’re focusing on the kicks Kelce wore before the Thursday Night Football game. Below is everything fans need to know about Kelce’s shoes.

Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Club 58 Gulf’

Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Club 58 Gulf’

Kelce wore the Nike SB Dunk Low in the “Club 58 Gulf” colorway. The shoes released on March 1, 2021 for $100. To date, the average resale price is $343, according to StockX.

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This colorway is inspired by the classic Gulf Oil GT-40 race car. The old-school skate shoe features a “Blue Chill” suede upper, black laces and a white leather Swoosh logo. A patch with the number 58 is embroidered near the heel and on the woven label sewn on the padded mesh tongue. The “Safety Orange” outsole completes the fast look.

All sneakerheads are familiar with the surge in popularity the Nike Dunk Low has enjoyed over the past two years. As a result, we’re used to seeing plenty of different colorways, but Kelce isn’t playing fair with this rare pair of kicks.

It’s only week two of the NFL season, and Kelce is already in playoff mode. We can’t wait to see what the All-Pro close end has planned for the rest of the year. Stay locked in FanNationKicks.com to learn more about what your favorite athletes are wearing on and off the court.

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