Nike Air Max 97

Nike Weathers the Air Max 97 With a Flaky "Cracked Gold" Treatment
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Nike Weathers the Air Max 97 With a Flaky "Cracked Gold" Treatment

Following the trend of distressed sneakers.

Nike's Air Max 97 "First Use" Arrives in Blood Orange
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Nike's Air Max 97 "First Use" Arrives in Blood Orange

Adding to the 50th-anniversary Swoosh collection.

The Air Jordan 1 "Electro Orange" Electrifies This Week's Best Footwear Drops
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The Air Jordan 1 "Electro Orange" Electrifies This Week's Best Footwear Drops

The AURALEE x New Balance 550, Prada x adidas A+P LUNA ROSSA 21 and the Xbox x Space Jam x Nike LeBron 18 Low are also in the mix.

Nike's Air Max 97 Goes Retro for "First Use" Pack
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Nike's Air Max 97 Goes Retro for "First Use" Pack

Trademarked with the date “June 18, 1971.”

Nike Salutes New York City's Nuyorican Community With an Air Max 97 "Puerto Rico"
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Nike Salutes New York City's Nuyorican Community With an Air Max 97 "Puerto Rico"

A remix of the classic “Silver Bullet” colorway that’s centered around a Puerto Rican flag tongue tag.

Nike By You Now Lets You Design Your Own Air Max 97 Colorway
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Nike By You Now Lets You Design Your Own Air Max 97 Colorway

Choose between regular or wavy mesh underlays, a wealth of overlay colors, metallic Swooshes and more.

Nike's New Air Max 97 "Cork" Is Colored In "Coconut Milk"
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Nike's New Air Max 97 "Cork" Is Colored In "Coconut Milk"

Part of Nike’s “Fig. 6” line.

Nike Has an Air Max 97 "Puerto Rico" Colorway On the Way
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Nike Has an Air Max 97 "Puerto Rico" Colorway On the Way

“Silver Bullet” vibes but with a Boricua twist.

Take an Official Look At the Nike Air Max 97 "Purple Bullet"
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Take an Official Look At the Nike Air Max 97 "Purple Bullet"

A take on the beloved “Silver Bullet” colorway.

Lil Nas X and MSCHF's Air Max 97 "Satan Shoes" Come With Real Human Blood in Them
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Lil Nas X and MSCHF's Air Max 97 "Satan Shoes" Come With Real Human Blood in Them

Along with satanic details such as inverted crosses, pentagrams, “666” detailing, and references to Luke 10:18.

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