Air Max 270,After cancelling the Nike Air Force 1 ‘Puerto Rico’ release last year because of issues with the flag design, Nike are once again revisiting the theme – this time for the Air Max 97.Celebrating 2021’s National Puerto Rican Day, the iconic Air Max 97 silhouette revisits the blazing ‘Silver Bullet’ colourway that helped establish the model as one of Nike’s most successful sneakers in the late 1990s.From a birds eye view, this pair looks extremely close to the popular “Silver Bullets” due to its “Metallic Silver” uppers and “Varsity Red” Nike checks, but it features subtle design cues that allow it to stand on its own.
The Nike Air Max 97 features a full Metallic Silver mesh and leather upper that is highlighted with Varsity Red wave-like overlays, Nike Swoosh branding on the side paneling and tongue along with the expected Puerto Rico flag on the ankles. A white midsole, silver Air Max unit, and a black rubber outsole finishes off the future makeover. Celebrating 2021’s National Puerto Rican Day, the iconic Air Max 97 silhouette revisits the blazing ‘Silver Bullet’ colourway that helped establish the model as one of Nike’s most successful sneakers in the late 1990s.
The Air Jordan 1 Low Court Purple features a simple two-tone color scheme across the forefoot and midfoot. Bottom heel panels, however, introduce a mesmerizing purple hue into the mix, a shade that appeared on dozens of popular options from NIKE, Inc. throughout 2020. “NIKE SB” branding on the signature puffy tongue forgoes the titular tone, but sock-liners and modified outsoles indulge in “Court Purple.” Lastly, midsoles complete the proposition with a tried-and-proven “White” makeup.