Nike Air Max 97's "Racer Pink" Version Boasts Subtle Pops of Color

A design for all seasons.

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With Nike’s annual Air Max Day quickly approaching, it isn’t surprising that we’re still receiving new iterations of classic Air Max silhouettes. The Air Max 97‘s “Home and Away” iteration from earlier this month is being followed by a new “Racer Pink” colorway. The design receives its nickname thanks to the outsole sporting the aforementioned bright hue. Moving up you’ll find a white midsole which houses a full-length orange Air Max unit. The upper’s underlay welcomes a mix of white and silver throughout its piping while the overlay provides a contrast in navy. The final touch of the mix is a yellow mini Swoosh on each lateral and medial side to top things off.

The Nike Air Max 97 “Racer Pink” arrives March 1 for $160 USD at select Nike Sportswear stockists and Nike.com. Those looking to expand their personal rotation can take a look at additional releases set to drop this week.

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