Nike Officially Announces Swarovski® x Air Max 97 LX "Metallic Gold" Release

A luxurious upgrade.

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Earlier in the month, we shared a first look at the Nike Air Max 97 LX “Metallic Gold” dipped in Swarovski® crystals. Today, the Swoosh announces that the jeweled pair will arrive later this month.

As an upscale take on the original “Metallic Gold” iteration, the upper welcomes the jewelry company’s crystal fabric which refracts light with shimmering effects. Red mini Swoosh accents return to each lateral and medial sides in addition to the tongue, while the midsole adds a bit of contrast in a crisp white.

The Swarovski® x Nike Air Max 97 “Metallic Gold” LX arrives on December 26 at select Nike Sportswear retailers in addition to Nike SNKRS. In related Nike news, you can take a look at Penny Hardaway’s Memphis Tigers-inspired Air Foamposite Ones.

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Swarovski® x Nike Air Max 97 LX “Metallic Gold”

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