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Verdict from 100+ users Air Max 97 Premium sneakers build on the highly popular Nike Air Max 97 model. Inspired by running shoes, these low-top kicks feature a highly sleek and streamlined construction that warrant immediate attention. The shoes are as comfortable as they are stylish, and the colorways are specifically designed to draw the eyes. Although they may not be out-of-the-box comfy, these Nike kicks are expected to break in well. They will also last you a good, long while.
Nike Air Max 97 Premium Style
Some people fear styling the Nike Air Max 97 Premiums, but the shoes are actually easy to match with outfits. A number of users usually pair them with sportswear such as tracksuits and joggers, but you can also wear them with everyday casual clothing.
Since Nike Air Max 97 Premium low tops are flashy enough on their own, a nice pair of rolled-up selvage denim and a T-shirt would be enough to accentuate your kicks. However, you can also wear it with a sharp jacket for a smarter look.
Women can put on a knit dress, denim jacket, and these kicks for a more styled-up outfit. You can also up the notch just a bit more by putting on striped black trousers, a tee, a black blazer, and the Nike Air Max 97 Premiums in the silver bullet colorway.
Hidden lacing system
The shoes have an adjustable fit courtesy of round laces and a hidden lacing system.
Comfortable Air sole tech
The Air sole tech keeps the shoe light while keeping the feet cushioned and comfy for any casual activity
Insoles with great arch support
Adding to the kick’s comfort level are the removable insoles that have anatomical arch supports for superior foot protection against jarring landings.
The thick rubber BRS 1000 Regrind outsoles enhance the Air Max 97 Premium’s cushioning and offer excellent traction.
Nike Air Max 97 Premium History
Air Max 97s come from a long line of Air Max iterations, the original (Air Max) of which was released in 1987 and intended as a running shoe. Nike Air Max 97 sneakers are the brainchild of designer, Christian Tresser. They were actually inspired by a mountain bike’s metallic finishes.
When the sneakers were initially released in 1997, Nike Air Max 97 shoes had a love-hate relationship with the public, seeming to draw both admirers and critics. In fact, the shoes spent less than a year on the shelves, quickly superseded by the Air Max 98s.
By 2013, the hype was beginning to build up around Nike’s Air Max 97s again and in 2017, to celebrate the silhouette’s 20th anniversary, Nike issued a few collabs for the shoes, which few designers wanted to touch before.
Premium colorways also dropped on Aug 4, called the Air Max 97 Premium. The first four premium colors were: light bone/summit, wolf grey/summit white, particle beige/summit white, and light pumice/summit white. These shoes featured contemporary color palettes and soft suede panels to go with the standard mesh material of the Air Max 97s.