The Nike Air Max 97 Triple Black finally has a release date: August 5th. Select retailers have already advertised the women’s size run as available for this Saturday, but we’ll have to wait and see if the coveted all-black-everything rendition of Nike’s Air Max retro of choice is available on Nike.com this weekend.The Air Max 97 is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary with a number of awesome retro releases for this late-summer early-fall time of year with plans of the Nike Air Max 97 OG Black/Neon planning to release in the near future. But if you’re looking for a pair that you can rock with anything, then this is the option for you. Nike also manages to hide the traditional reflective 3M panels which light up the sneaker when light hits the retro silhouette.Check out more detailed shots of this murdered-out Air Max 97 offering and stay tuned for more Release Dates right here on Sneaker News.
If you’re a Nike Air Max 97 fan and you aren’t finding anything you like in 2017, than your simply just impossible to please. The shoe is dropping this year in more colorways and constructions than ever before, providing something for everyone who even remotely likes the classic wavy design with full-length Air Max. Dropping this month alone in 13 versions, the Air Max 97 keeps right on going into fall with even more new releases like the one we’re here to get a better look at today, a burgundy colorway of the updated Air Max 97 Ultra ’17. The ‘Ultra’ makeover features the same silhouette you love already, but updates the construction with a modern seamless build in jacquard fabric and synthetic paneling, complete with reflective accents like the original.
Get a full preview of the burgundy colorway here, and stay tuned for a release date. While you wait, see the full slate of Air Max 97 releases for the immediate future.The Nike Air Max 97 was once extremely scarce in the United States as the silhouette was a specialty in Europe. That’s why it’s such a treat that Nike isn’t holding back with the releases this month as several OG, Premium, and Ultra models are either in the works or readily available right now. Based on the recent surfacing of the brand’s official images, this black/volt colorway is poised to return soon as well.While a firm release date for this colorway eludes us, you can certainly expect these to hit stores in the Fall season on Nike.com and select Nike retailers.