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Nike Air Max 97 “Metallic Gold” Pack

The forthcoming pack takes things a step further than the legendary “Silver Bullet” iteration with two new “Metallic Gold” editions. The pack sees one version sporting “Metallic Silver/Metallic Gold-Black” as its partner sees “Vast Grey/Metallic Silver-Metallic Gold.” Both share white midsoles housing full-length Air Max units. Nike’s Swoosh logos return to their rightful place on each side in addition to the tongues. These arrive on November 23 at select Nike Sportswear and Nike.com retailers for $160 each. –HB

This Air Max 95 opts for a dark-tone base via black mesh and leather panels, as well as a black visible Air sole unit. All of this sets the stage for the multi-color paint stroke pattern, which appears along the wavy upper and at the insole, while paint splatter detailing throughout echoes the artistic theme. Final touches include gold-embroidered Nike branding, metallic gold lace tips and an embossed palm tree logo at the heel. –HB


Nike Air Max 97 ‘Metallic Gold’

The Nike Air Max 97 is back in a brand new colorway. Its striped upper sees metallic gold throughout with white added to the midsole. Its signature full-length Air Max unit returns with the support of a black outsole to complete the look. The lateral and medial side’s small Swoosh logos are complemented by tiny jewels to spice things up just a bit. This women’s iterations is currently available at select Nike Sportswear retailers for $160. –HB


Nike “Metallic Gold” Air Max 97 Ultra

gold97With a number of new Nike Air Max 97 colorways appearing over the past few months, the brand is adding to its ever growing catalog with the introduction of the OG “Metallic Gold” colorway for the Ultra model. The sneaker uses different shades of gold for the mesh material and the reflective panels included in the upper. Other notable details include the hints of black along the sneaker’s rubber outsole and inner lining along the collar, as well as the red accents used for the mini Swoosh logos along the sides and on the tongue. –HB


Nike Air Max 97 “Metallic Gold”

airmeGood news, American Air Max fans: after making its way to European retailers earlier this month, Nike’s “Metallic Gold” Air Max 97 is set to hit shelves at U.S. Nike Sportswear spots next month. Arguably the most popular take on the 1997 release outside of the fan-favorite “Silver Bullet” pair, this drop echoes the look of the 20-year-old OG, but swaps out silver for gold. The Nike Air Max 97 “Metallic Gold” retro drops on May 18 for $160. –HB


Air Jordan 11 “Metallic Gold”

air-jordan-11-low-metallic-gold-1Taking on some Olympic inspiration for the summer games ahead, the kicks are essentially yet another “Concord” release, but one that ditches the black patent leather mudguard for metallic gold while employing black herringbone pods on the icy outsole. Expect the Air Jordan 11 Low “Metallic Gold” to debut later this summer, both in GS and men’s sizes. –HB

nike-air-force-1-high-metallic-gold-1The OG build of the iconic Air Force 1 has seen a bevy of iterations over the past few months and now the kicks are back yet again, hitting Nike Sportswear accounts this month in a clean “Metallic Gold” make-up. Letting the shiny hue do the talking, this throwback to 1993 sees its leather upper decked out in gold while employing contrasting white accents and a gum rubber outsole. Expect the design to be available from NikeLab dealers beginning February 10 for $140 per pair. –HB

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