The Nike Air Max 97 Receives a "Lucky Green" Makeover

Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.

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Months before St. Patrick’s Day, Nike‘s Air Max 97 model has been given a “Lucky Green” makeover.

The entirety of the shoe features a technical mesh upper accented by synthetic leather overlays all expressing a bright green tone. Branding elements provide a touch of contrast in the form of gold Swooshes at the lower midfoot region, tongue and outsole, along with a similarly gilded “AIR MAX” heel tab. Additionally, the tongue tabs feature the same colors found on the Olympic ring logo. Elevating the shoe is a full-length Max Air midsole unit paired with a contrasting black rubber outsole.

Priced at $170 USD, the Nike Air Max 97 “Lucky Green” is available now at Eastbay.

For more footwear news, Travis Scott recently revealed the print hidden underneath his Nike SB Dunk Low “Cactus Jack” collaboration.

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