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The long awaited navy/volt color way of the Air Max 97 is finally set to be released. The 20th anniversary is allowing Nike to really honor the Air Max 97 with new color ways but also bringing backk classics. These images of the Navy/Volt OG have arrived and they look excellent. Remaining as one of the few original pairs yet to retro this year, it’s likely they’ll align with Nike’s fall 2017 campaign. While you’re waiting for these to drop, the triple white color way is already available as well over at Ruvilla.

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I love Nike Air Max 97s and I’m glad Nike is finally giving the shoe more attention. You can see a trio of color ways on feet in the post. It’s nice to see Nike reaching back into the archives for OG designs as well as innovating with new variations and materials. All three three are launching this week on August 3rd and retailing approximately $200USD at retailers including Nike and BSTN.

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I just reported on a slew of Nike Air Max 97 color ways that are coming this year. If you’re a fan of the sneaker, that’s not it as these tonal color ways are coming out. Featuring more premium materials and buttery suede, these color ways are a cleaner less sporty approach to the shoe. Materials include with color spanning khaki, slate, white and navy.  Expect more info on release and availability.

 

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With the 20 year anniversary of the Air Max 97 this year, Nike is releasing many more color ways of the style. Included among them are OG colors like the Neon Air Max 97 and basic variations like the tripe white and triple black versions. If you’re a fan of the traditional AM97 construction you’ll have plenty to choose from. Look for the releases to be staggered throughout the rest of the year.

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While the summer Nike ACG release came earlier this year, GRIND Magazine has presented the collection in all it’s glory in their 74th issue. While the print edition is the optimal way to view the content from the excellent magazine, you can check their website for more. Certain ACG items are still available at stores including Nike and BDGA.

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Fans of last years Nike SF AF1 will be glad to see that it is returning in a new configuration. Spiritually similar to it’s predecessor, there are some slight changes this time around. Full-grain leather and a ripstop ballistic nylon is augmented with a double entry zipper entry at the heel. The zipper definitely reminds me of the ACRNM prestos. A military styled branding hit at the heel completes the sneaker. If past releases are an indication these will move quickly.

The release date is slated for Friday June 30, 2017.  Look for online retailers to include SNKRS, and Nike.

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Nike raided it’s ACG archive to introduce a new trail sneaker. The super clean sneaker most notably features a thick jagged rubber outsole. Other features include the likes of a slip-on bootie and unique lacing system. Available at NSW stockists these are expected to drop this summer. Here’s hoping more color ways past the black and white models shown are on the way.

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Nike made a splash with the return of the classic silver bullet and gold variations of the Air Max 97. Next up is this all white color way titled ‘Summit White”. Several different textures populate the upper and it includes the 3M piping around the shoe. Look for these later this year as Nike continues to revive the Air Max 97.

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Famed designer and Tom Sachs and Nike teamed up on a special project in 2012. The two linked up to create a shoe called the NikeCraft Mars yard for Tommaso Rivellini, a mechanical engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The original shoes were a huge hit amongst sneaker collectors but were almost nearly impossible to track down for the public at large.

The shoe now sees an official return now titled the Mars Yard 2.0. The design makes some tweaks to the original upgrading the mesh on the sneaker.

Stay tuned for more concrete release info and expect the collab to launch next week for $200 USD at nikecraft.com as Sachs and the Swoosh gear up for “Space Camp” — an installation billed as “part obstacle course and part film screening” that stresses “the importance of failure in art and athletics.

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Nike has been innovating bringing out a ton of new models and collabs this year. This time the experimental NikeLab branch release the Zoom Fly Special Edition which is a homage to runner Eliud Kipchoge set a new world marathon record on the Formula 1 track at Monza. This served as the inspiration for the designer with various aspects of the shoe reflecting this breakthrough. Some of the key details include sketches on the sicklier, a digital cock graphic on the heel and a speed track icon on the inside of the tongue.

Intended to a fast and durable training shoe it includes an embedded full-length carbon-infused nylon plate, a 10mm offset, and a 3mm stack height. But most important these just look amazing in pics,the Zoom Fly SP is set to launch on June 8 at select NikeLab dealers.

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