With Nike Air Max 97, the swoosh brand celebrates 25 glorious years of Christian Tresser’s iconic silhouette. The Nike Air Max 97, introduced years ago in 1997, is getting various new colorways in 2022 as part of the anniversary celebrations. The sportswear brand is also continuing its sustainable “Move to Zero” initiative with new versions of the silhouette. The latest addition to this series will be the “Magic Ember” colorway.
The next edition of “Magic Ember” shoes are expected to launch in the coming weeks. The release date is kept secret by the shoe tag, but these units will be priced at $185 each. Interested buyers will be able to use them at Nike’s online stores, as well as select retail outlets.
Nike Air Max 97 Terrascape Gets A Makeover With Magic Ember, Hyper Royal And Ironstone
Over the past few months, the sneaker community has seen the “Off-black”, “Triple Black”, and “White Light/Glow Green” versions of the Nike Air Max 97 Terrascape shoes. The latest edition, which recently surfaced in the news, comes in a “Magic Ember” hue.
The composition of the Nike Air Max 97 Terrascape silhouette is described as,
“Drawing inspiration from nature, the Nike Air Max Terrascape 97 lets you push your style at full speed. Made from at least 20% recycled materials by weight and with added durability (check out the reinforced fender), no detail is overlooked. Plus, durable plastic in high-wear areas is finished with speckled Nike Grind for a playful look.
These pairs will sport shades of “Magic Ember”, “Hyper Royal” and “Ironstone” hues. The complete construction of these units involves premium mesh, quality leather and rubber. In addition to this, contrasting textiles are also present.
The toes are adorned with ironstone mesh, nicely lined with the royal blue elements. The mudguards are then executed with black accents. Royal blue mesh is further used for the tongue areas topped with bold black grid-like lace closures.
These tabs are finished with a Nike branded tab on the collars. Additionally, the yellow pull tabs are prominently added below the brand labels. On top of that, the medial sides are highlighted with eponymous Magic Ember swooshes on the side.
Additionally, the insole of these durable shoes is decorated with multi-colored insoles featuring Terrascape lettering and Nike’s Move to Zero Circularity graphics in black. Black tabs with Terrascape script are placed on the heel tabs.
Nike explains the inspiration for its Circularity design as follows:
“Inspired by Global Fashion Agenda, we created Circularity: Guiding the Future of Design. The guide and its companion manual share principles that support a universal call to action for our industry: we all need to come together and have a more positive impact on our planet. »
Rugged rubber outsoles lift stacks of Nike Grind and Airbubble midsoles to complete the design.
Stay tuned to the official Nike site for further updates on the Nike Air Max 97 Terrascape “Magic Ember” shoes, which should drop in the coming weeks. Marked at $185 a pair, these shoes will be accessible through the brand’s online stores and other authorized sellers.