A 90’s revival sneaker is set to launch soon. The nike air max 97 womens silver bulle comes in luxury gold, not released since 2010, this aerodynamic street style gold version of the much loved air max classic incorporates the smooth flowing patterning. Like the ‘Silver Bullet’, the Gold Metallic is a collector’s piece, a sought after vintage design for your OG collection.
The first time Phil Knight, founder of nike air max 97 premium wolf grey tested a sneaker prototype with an air unit he was stunned. It was Frank Rudy’s idea, an inventor who had been rejected by other brands before landing to Nike. It happened one morning in March 1977, and from that moment on the Swoosh brand’s objective was to put more air and less foam in the midsole of their footwear. More air means less foam, less weight and more durability.
nike air max 97 mens black and white Following in the footsteps of the recent reissue of the legendary ‘La Silver’, it’s gold counterpart is soon due to follow. Replacing the muted greys found on the OG with a headturning all over gold treatment, this release helps emphasise the reflective 3M accents that run across the sides of the sleek upper, inspired by Japan’s incredible Bullet Train.
nike air max 97 womens red Based on previous reissues over the years, I don’t think we’d anticipated just how many people were excited for the anniversary celebrations this year, and we cant see this latest version sitting around for long at all.
Updated using both Hyperfuse and Premium treatments, this Quickstrike reworking of the nike air max 97 ultra 17 trainers in red perfectly combines the original OG colourway of Metallic Silver/Varisty Red/Black and Nike’s latest footwear technologies. As with the Air Max ’95, the Hatfield designed ’97 is characterised by its instantly recognisable single line layered uppers and iconic fully visible Air sole unit, features that are emphasised by the multi-layered Hyperfuse construction.