Nike is not holding back to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Air Max 97 as they have dropped a plethora of new colorways this week already. Since it is 2017 and the technology has improved over the last 20 years, the Swoosh has decided to create a new version of the classic Air Max model with the introduction of the Air Max 97 Ultra.The Nike Air Max 97 Ultra upgrades the futuristic favorite with a sleek, modern construction. Mesh and knit material lighten up the feel, while welded overlays race along the bullet-train tracks that were laid 20 years ago. Down below, full length visible Air provides the same look and feel as the Air Max 97 that started it all. A handful of colorways (seen above) will be releasing tomorrow for men and women for $160 each. Do you plan on going after a pair?
Nike is now giving you the ability to add some national pride to the Nike Air VaporMax with a new Country Pack customizable option via NIKEiD.You can now add four different country flags on the tongue of the Air VaporMax that include USA, Germany, Great Britain, and Kenya. You can also give the signature Air Max air bag a gradient effect for an eye-catching look. If you’d like to create your own pair and represent for your country, you can do so now directly from nike.com for $230. Hopefully Nike adds more flag options in the near future.
You won’t get tired of the Nike Air Max 97 this year since it’s celebrating its 20th anniversary and the next colorway in line is the popular triple black theme. Reportedly releasing tomorrow, the classic runner is basically dipped in all-black across its leather and textile mesh upper. Topping it off are 3M reflective detailing atop its signature air bubble rubber sole.Retailing for a price tag of $160, look for the women’s Nike Air Max 97 Triple Black at select Nike stores and online on August 5th. A wider release is expected soon. Be sure to click and bookmark our Air Jordan 5 GS Deadly Pink hub page now for the shoe’s latest release info and up-to-the-minute updates and images. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news.