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Where to shop the iridescent update of Nike’s Air Max 97



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Looking to add a touch of sparkle to your life?

The Air Max 97s are an iconic sneaker for good reason. No matter what style or colourway you choose, these sneakers make a statement, are comfortable enough to wear all day long and just make you look seriously cool. Nike is about to drop a new update and it's an all-white number with an unexpected touch of sparkle. This belongs in your sneaker collection as soon as possible!

Release date: 14 September

Where to shop: Nike and our favourite retailers like JD Sports, THE ICONIC and ASOS.

This sneaker style is a favourite among both sneakerheads and fashion lovers. Why? Because you can wear a pair of Air Max 97s with almost anything. Match with any kind of outfit and it just becomes a vibe. The sole is kind of chunky too, so not only will it give you some height, but you're also nailing the dad sneaker trend.

Why wouldn't you want to sport the all-white upper with silver and iridescent detailing? It adds an eye-catching element to a rather minimal silhouette. The Air Max midsole is translucent which is perfectly paired with the rest of the shoe. If you're on the hunt for a sneaker that makes a subtle statement, these are the perfect kicks for you. Run, don't walk!


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Keen for more sneaker news? Here at Finder, we've got you covered. Nike has been dropping shoes left, right and centre – and we are obsessed! This week, we saw the first official images of the Air Jordan 34s and we heard about the launch of the Nike Adapt Huarache. If colour is more your thing though, we recommend checking out the new pastel colourway of the React Element 55 sneakers. Obsessed!

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