Nike Air Max 97 "White/Metallic Silver" Surfaces for Spring

Reworking a classic.

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After releasing a string of Spring-ready iridescent sneakers, Nike has given us an official look at its latest Air Max 97 in “White/Metallic Silver.”

The well-known Japanese Bullet Train-inspired design features metallic silver racing stripes throughout, reflecting light and sitting as a stark contrast to the white leather and mesh construction. Silver embroidered mini-Swooshes are seen on the midfoot and tongue, with a silver heel tab completing the pair.

Finished by a white midsole, clear air bubble unit and a white sole, the Air Max 97 “White/Metallic Silver” will hit shelves sometime in March, just in time for Spring.

For more metallic sneakers, check out adidas’ latest addition to its Kamanda line.

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Nike Air Max 97 “Metallic Silver/White”

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