With the Air Max 97 Atlantic Blue, Nike brings a popular colourway to the well-known silhouette from 1997. As usual, you can get all the important release information from us in this post.
Go full steam ahead in this celebratory colorway that made its debut for the 20th anniversary of the Nike Air Max 97 . Paying homage to 25 years of first-class style, the metallic silver mesh is reminiscent of the design of the iconic Japanese bullet trains, while the wavy Atlantic Blue nubuck leather provides a sleek finish. Full-length Nike Air cushioning in Voltage Yellow gives every step an extra boost of energy.
When can you buy the Air Max 97 Atlantic Blue?
The exact release date of the Air Max 97 is early next month, more precisely the release will take place on June 4th, 2022. The sneaker should come early next year. Until we get more information about the release. Here is another helpful tip for you:
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Where can you buy the Air Max 97 Atlantic Blue?
It is best to stay on this page at the time of release if you want to buy the new Air Max 97. We assume that the sneaker will be sold out in a short time, so you better hurry up with your purchase decision.
As already mentioned, the release is still a long time coming. Therefore, only the Nike online shop has officially confirmed the release so far. As soon as the sneakers appear in other online shops, we will of course add them to our release overview.
So if you really intend to buy the Nike Air Max 97 with the item number DQ9131-400, you have to pay around 190 euros for the shoe.
Of course we wish you a lot of success with this release and have fun wearing it!
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