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Nike Air Max 97 “Safety Orange”

Despite Nike celebrating 20 years of its Air Max 97 model in 2017, it won’t stop the Swoosh from launching new iterations of the sleek sneaker. The silhouette recently surfaced hosting a strong “Safety Orange” coloring on its entire upper. The aforementioned color is also added to the full-length Air Max unit as it rests atop a black sole. White coloring is seen on the midsole as a balance between the “Safety Orange” and black for a final touch. These will hit retailers in April! –HB

Following the Flight Jacket-inspired Air Max 97 Ultra is Nike’s new take on the innovative silhouette. The remastered shoe is now adorned with black and anthracite on its uppers alongside a speckled orange tone on the outsole for a polished look. The sleek makeup is equally eye-catching as its design — boasting woven uppers, ultra-soft collars, retooled outsoles, as well as mesh paneling. Each pair will cost you around $160. –HB

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Nike Air Max 97 “Eternal Future”

Despite the Air Max 97  having made some notable appearances — including dropping as part of Virgil Abloh x Nike‘s “The Ten” and as a custom model from Skepta — it’s still fair say that 2017 was the year of the Air Force 1. 2018, however, kicks off with the 97 in full focus. Coming in ”Stealth Black & Anthracite,” “Burnished Bronze,” and “Obsidian Blue,” the new Air Max 97 “Eternal Future” pack sees the classic silhouette fully reinvigorated for the new year. This is set to drop at retailers January 27. –HB

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Nike Air Max 97 “CR7”

Nike once again joins forces with Cristiano Ronaldo on a collaborative footwear silhouette. Following the duo’s Air Force 1 “CR7” is an Air Max 97 variant equipped with bold red uppers. The most striking detail goes to the patchwork motif on the bottom overlays as well as the “CR7” branding on the heel tabs. Additionally, green and yellow lace options are included with the model that pays homage to Ronaldo’s birthplace and his national team. –HB

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Nike Air Max 97 Ultra “Pure Platinum”

Adding to its series of Air Max 97 Ultra ‘17 colorways, Nike recently gave its updated Air Max model a clean “Pure Platinum” makeover. The silver and white-focused colorway features a synthetic overlay upper accented by matching laces and Swoosh branding found on the tongue and lateral area. While a full-length Air sole unit elevates the shoe and rounds up the design of the model. No official release notes just yet, but stay tuned for more details when they become available. –HB

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Nike Air Max 97 “Metallic Hematite”

Dressed in a “Metallic Hematite” color scheme, the throwback runner features a somber core black palette with subtle splashes of red landing on the outsole, heel tab, and inner Swoosh branding. The metallic detailing found on the upper, not only benefits nighttime run sessions, but stylistically differentiates itself from previous AM97 all-black drops seen earlier this year. Although price has still yet to be confirmed, the Nike Air Max 97 “Metallic Hematite” is bound for an online release come January 6th. –HB

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Nike Air Max 97 “Bordeaux”

The latest version of the sneaker to be unveiled by Nike is a new “Bordeaux” colorway, which sees the shoe draped in a luxe upper. As well as the “Bordeaux” upper, the sneaker also features a white midsole, black rubber outsole and an exposed “Muslin” Air sole unit. Lastly, the purple upper is finished with 3M reflective tape detailing. There are set to drop at Nike retailers on December 14. –HB

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