Wow, more Air Maxs that are dropping overseas and not stateside. Just like the AM90 Premium Hyperfuse and Canvas ones they been dropping for the last two years. I guess Nike feels we Americans need more Jordans, LeBrons and AF1's....
May 25, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 1
Nike Sportswear trotted out a series of Hyperfuse-constructed classics last summer, and perhaps the single model most conspicuous by its absence was the Air Max 97. A swooping synthetic-based runner whose design was so far ahead of its time they still look totally fresh, the Ninety-Sevens are probably the most technical of all the Air Max running classics and represent the smoothest transition yet into Fuse-ing. The Nike Air Max 97 Hyperfuse pictured above in Dynamic Blue looks like it could have dropped in 2010’s ‘Air Attack Pack’ as well as resembling the recent ‘Soar’ CVS 97s, connections that continue to reinforce how (literally) seamlessly this silo has slid into a new fabrication method. Check out additional images after the jump and get ready for these to drop in July at shops like Titolo, who are taking pre-orders now.
Nike Air Max 97 Hyperfuse
Dynamic Blue/Dynamic Blue-Neutral Grey