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Nike Air Max 97 “Tiger Camo” Pack

The Air Max 97 continues to prove its worth as one of Nike’s most coveted silhouettes — dropping in a barrage of bold colorway options just in the past few weeks alone. Earlier spotted in a “Pull Tab” pack alongside its AM95 counterpart, the Air Max 97 has since surfaced in another themed pack, this time sporting “Tiger Camo” vibes. Read more…

In preparation for this year’s Air Max Day festivities, Nike has teased countless Air Max 270 iterations, with another pair recently hitting the web. Last seen in a “White/Photo Blue” combo, the contemporary runner, this time relies on “Total Orange” and “Hot Punch” color schemes to liven up a clean white base. Read more…

Nike continues to crank out additional colorways of its Air Max 270 model, especially with Air Max Day festivities just around the corner. Last hitting our pages sporting a “Clay Green” makeover, the contemporary Swoosh runner will soon make its debut in this clean white rendition with sharp “Photo Blue” accents surfacing throughout. White mesh dominates much of the upper and sole unit, with blue making its way onto the signature Air Max heel bag and inner lining. –HB


Nike Air Max 95 “Green/Grey”

Next up for the classic AM95 silhouette is this new gradient color scheme, which spotlights a mix of “Clay Green,” “Light Pumice” and “Barely Grey.” Sitting above the shoe’s signature color-coded layers is a mesh textile construction, which makes its way from the toe area up towards the tongue region. An Air-infused midsole unit rounds out the new design. Retailing for $160, you can find this Nike Air Max 95 model at select Swoosh retailers sometime this spring. –HB


Nike Air Max 97 “Red/Grey”

Nike’s Air Max 97 has surfaced in yet another colorway. Following its “South Beach” iteration, the sneaker will soon mix red, grey, white and black throughout. Grey takes up majority of the upper as it rests atop a white midsole and black outsole. Its signature piping alternates between red and grey as the Swoosh branding found on its sides and tongue are also done in grey. Retailing for $160, this edition of the Nike Air Max 97 is expected to drop sometime in April. –HB

It seems official imagery of the next Off-White™-branded, Virgil Abloh-designed collaboration with Nike has been revealed. The “AIR” writing on the midsole appears in contrasting black print, while the trademark neon orange tab is found sewn into the retooled metallic silver Swoosh — notice how it’s also slightly misaligned with the perforations of the original Nike Swoosh location. On the back, a gloss sealing stripe covers the rear tab down to the lower heel, while the interior is lined with light blue exposed foam padding and an Off-White™ and Nike co-branded insole. –HB

Nike‘s Air Max line will always have its moment during the month of March, especially on Air Max Day. Specifically, the famed Air Max 270 model has been getting extra special treatment from the swoosh right now with so many colorways coming out. One of the most striking colorways of the releases is the “University Gold” iteration. The design boasts collegiate yellow hues alongside black panels, white midsoles and red heel cups. In this closer look, we get to see more of the details on the mesh upper, lacing and logo placements. –HB

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