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This Nike Air Max 97 Measures Barometric Pressure

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The Nike Air Max 97 has seen quite the collection of colorful styles debut over the past few months while harkening back to shades that aided in transitioning Christian Tresser’s iconic design into the new age of lifestyle footwear. Having already enjoyed the full breadth of the color palette throughout the Summer, The Swoosh has no plans of letting off the gas any time soon with the “PSI” Air Max 97.

The interior construction is identical to the “M. Frank Rudy” colorway that paid homage to the man behind the Air Max bubble with blueprint insoles showcasing sketches of the aforementioned tech. A soft white suede and mesh construction takes hold throughout the model while a medley of “Royal Blue”, “Safety Orange” and “University Gold” paints the embossed overlays as the yellow hue continues atop the lacing structure and outsole. The latter presides above a matching white midsole and exposed cushioning system while the exterior Swoosh is scribbled in black alongside EST. branding.  In tandem with its namesake, an air pressure gauge tag in matching coloring rounds out the design in reference to Rudy’s air-infused technology.

Enjoy official images of the barometric pressure inspired silhouette while we anticipate further release details being made available within the following weeks.

For more under the NIKE Inc. umbrella, the Nike Air More Uptempo receives a cool treatment of “Cobalt Bliss”.

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Nike Air Max 97
Release Date: 2022
Color: White/Black/Safety Orange
Mens: N/A Style Code: DV2619-100

North America2022