Nike Readies Air Max 97, Air Max 90 & Air Max 270 React for Easter

Each features iridescent tones, Easter eggs & more seasonal touches.

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Nike continues its annual Easter Pack with the release of three new seasonally-themed pairs, reworking classics such as the Air Max 97 and 90, as well as the newer Air Max 270 React.

The trio follows on from the previously-seen Air Max 90 “White/Multi Color/Purple Nebula” that surfaced back in January, this time around giving all three pairs a mixed colorway with a consistent touch of “Hyper Blue.” First up is the Air Max 97, appearing in “White/Washed Coral/Hyper Blue/Purple Nebula.”

Nike’s AM97 sports a predominantly blue and white upper, with those two contrasting hues split with a set of iridescent ripple lines around the middle. The full-length Air bubble unit has been given a neon green tint, while the sock liner appears in light purple. Inside, you’ll find cracked eggs printed onto the insole, and on the tongue you’ll see a velcro tag that reveals more Easter-themed prints.

The Air Max 90 sports a similar white and blue theme, but a different multicolored iridescent shade for its swoosh emblem. Other unique touches include the sky blue hue used on the TPU sole component and Air Max plug on the lateral, as well as the use of purple to highlight the rear branding.

Rounding out the pack is Nike Air Max 270 React, appearing in the same colorway as the AM97. The iridescent colors take form on the eyestay and on the heel tab, which is contrasted by the large Air bubble unit in neon green, the predominantly purple tongue and swoosh, as well as its white base.

Take a look at all three of Nike’s Easter-themed Air Max silhouettes in the gallery above. Prices range $130 USD for the AM90, to $170 USD for the AM270 React and up to $180 USD for the AM97.

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