Nike Air Max 97 Surfaces in "Purple Smoke"

A new colorway option for a classic.

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Nike Sportswear is set to welcome a new colorway to its Air Max 97 lineage. “Purple Smoke” is the next color scheme to coat the streamlined sneaker. Its full-length Air Max unit returns in black and is housed within a white midsole while the smoky shade of purple coats the entire upper along with a speckled pattern around its mudguard. Its monochromatic look continues on branding areas such as the tongue and heel, as well as its lateral and medial sides.

Retailing for $160, the Nike Air Max 97 “Purple Smoke” will arrive soon at select Nike Sportswear retailers.

In related Nike news, here’s a look at the special Epic React Flyknit specially made for the Golden State Warriors.

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