Jack Nicklaus famously won 73 times on the PGA Tour during his illustrious career - the 73rd time being that fateful day in 1986 when Jack defied odds (and his age) to win the '86 Masters. Well, offered here are Jack's actual shoes worn during the 1982 Colonial Invitational - Jack's 71st PGA Tour victory.
The shoes have both been autographed by Jack Nicklaus. They are custom "Bostonian for Jack Nicklaus" white leather shoes, and the spikes are also stamped "Jack Nicklaus." These shoes were given by Jack Nicklaus to longtime Colonial locker room attendant Homer Brantley at the conclusion of the 1982 Colonial. A video of the 1982 Colonial can be easily viewed online, and you can see that Jack is wearing this exact style of shoe.
Letter of Provenance from Locker Room Attendant's Son
Letter of Authenticity from James Spence Authentication (JSA)