Air Max 97
With the Air Max from 1997, Nike launched a fully visible Air sole on the market for the first time. A premiere for the brand that should not be forgotten in retrospect. Find out more facts about the classic sneaker and where and when you can buy the Air Max 97 below. You can also find a list of all current and upcoming models in this overview:
Air Force 1
Air Force 1 Pixel
Air Force 1 Shadow
Air Max 1
Air Max 90
Air Max 95
Air Max 97
Air Max 98
Air Max Plus
Jordan 1 Low
Jordan 2 High
Jordan 2 Low
Nike Air Max
Nike Calm Slide
Nike SB Dunk
Nike x Travis Scott
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What colorways can you buy the Air Max 97 in?
The first colorway that the world saw of the 97 at its launch was monochrome silver. Small accents of black, white and red, were to round out the design. The first AM97 was titled Silver Bullet - after the silver-colored high-speed trains from the Asian region. According to the designer responsible, Christian Tresser, other references also played a role. The rounded lines on the upper, for example, were inspired by drops of water landing in a pond and making very small waves.
In addition to the collabs with Skepta, Off-White, UNDFTD and co, there are also very strong regular colorways on the 97. You could almost say that you could buy a matching pair of these sneakers for any of your outfits. Just scroll through the online stores of retailers and see which available color combos suit you best.
Where to buy the Air Max 97?
As we know, the 97 is a sneaker from the brand with the Swoosh, which is why it makes sense to check out the Nike online shop for the sneaker. You can also buy the Air Max 97 in other stores, and there are plenty of them. You can find various models online, which can come in completely different colorways. There's even a small selection on sale here and there - if you're lucky, you'll even find some in your size. For this, you should simply check out the usual suspects such as Snipes, JD Sports, Afew, Overkill or Asphaltgold and see which styles are currently on sale there.
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