Footlocker and Nike recently revealed a fresh iteration of the ever-iconic Air Max 97 silhouette, dubbed the 'Dallas Home,' which is a part of their collaborative 'Home & Away' collection.
The Dallas Home Air Max 97s feature the classic wave-like designs along the uppers, with the different layers of material contrasting against one another. The tops of the uppers and the tongues are a deep black, with a thin wavy line of neon green hitting in the middle. The black material is featured underneath, and the majority of the material at the bottom of the uppers if overtaken by a clean white material. The neon green returns on the outsole, and a bright red Swoosh logo finishes off the look.
The sneakers will officially launch on April 18th, and will be available from participating Footlocker stores, as well as from the brand's online web shop.
Footlocker & Nike Teamed Up for the Dallas Home Air Max 97s
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