Nike Officially Reveals Plans for Air Max 97 "Country Camo" Pack

Representing the UK, Germany, Italy and France.

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Nike has officially introduced its plans for the new Air Max 97 “Country Camo” pack.

First seen on the feet of Cleveland Cavaliers guard Isaiah Thomas, the Air Max 97 “Country Camo” style first hit headlines last week. Now, Nike has gone beyond rumors and leaks, spilling all the necessary details. Available in four different colorways, the Air Max 97 “Country Camo” will honor Italy, France, the United Kingdom and Germany; each shoe will also bear its respective country’s flag. For the release targets, consumers can expect these shoes to roll out to select retailers and Nike’s official website throughout the month of December.

You can take a look at some new shots of the Nike Air Max 97 “Country Camo” models above. Earlier this month, the Air Max 97 was also given the all-black, reflective gold treatment in commemoration of Black Friday.

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