Nike Air Max 97 Lux Limited Edition – Made In Italy

April 29, 2010 BY

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Once the Air Jordan II Premio was announced, it grabbed some serious attention for the new Jordan Brand BIN23 Collection, so could this Nike Air Max 97 Lux Limited Edition be a sign of things to come? Perhaps a Nike Air Max BIN collection? Very rarely is a Nike Air Max given a numbered notation – that sort of thing is usually reserved for the Air Force 1 or Air Jordan. Like the Stash x Nike Air Classic BW and Eminem Nike Air Burst, this Italian-made Nike Air Max 97 Lux Limited Edition has a limited production run – 1,695 to be exact. The upper features luxurious molded leather with perforations on the tongue and side swoosh panel, sitting atop a hot-pink Air unit, while a rear tongue label and box-tag reveals the limited quantity of the shoe. Continue reading for a detailed look, and stick with Sneaker News to find out if these will hit the States and if there could be more possible upcoming limited Air Maxes of this nature in the future. via SNS.

Style: 316783-005
Color: Black/Black-Dark Pink Flash-Metallic Silver

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