The classic silhouette arrives in a pastel pink makeup, maintaining a tonal look with the mini Swooshes and the rest of the upper in the same hue. The kicks are accompanied by 3M reflective overlays throughout, while the kicks sit on a “Sail” midsole. In typical Air Max 97 fashion, the trainers feature translucent detailing on the sole, while the tongue and lacing system arrive in White. The trainers are complete with a pink Swoosh logo debossed to the insole.
The exclusive women’s version follows the Air Max 97 collaborative designs of the past few months, which included a design celebrating Olympic medalist Cheung Ka Long in addition to an exit with Like boys. Aside from the silhouette, Nike has unveiled a slew of pink-covered sneakers throughout the year such as the “Pink Teddy Bear” Dunk Low as good as “Pink Oxford” and “Pink Prism” Dunk low.
Take a closer look at the design above. The “Pink” Air Max 97 will be released in the coming months via Nike’s website and some retailers.
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