Share This Page: This Week's Heat: AM 97 'Silver Bullet', AJ 11 Low, and more Nike Air Max 97 OG ‘Silver Bullet’ – 884421-001 - 4/13/17 Originally released in 1997, the Nike Air Max 97 OG ‘Silver Bullet’ is dropping in its OG glory. Incorporating flowing lines, the Air Max 97 was inspired by the Japanese bullet trains. Released in the shadow of the coming new millennium, the AM 97’s design oozes futurism. While it takes obvious inspiration from the Air Max 95, the Air Max 97 is a carefully crafted shoe that ditches the heavier, chunkier design of the mid-90s. These sleek sneakers were the first sneaker to feature a full-length Air Max unit, and they were clearly built with runners in mind. It’s coated in 3M across the stitched overlays allowing for better visibility and striking style. Featuring a reinforced heel, the Air Max 97 was designed for the high impacts of running. The ‘Silver Bullet’ revisits the original colorway with a silver construction from heel to toe. Red Nike branding stands out on the side panels, tongue, and outsole. The Nike Air Max 97 OG ‘Silver Bullet’ will be available on Thursday, April 13th, in stores, so check Where to Cop for details. They will be in men’s sizes for $170. Nike Air Max 95 PREM ‘Silver’ – 918359-001 - 4/13/17 With construction inspired by human anatomy, the Nike Air Max 95 was an instant classic, and it is the most recognizable in the Air Max line of sneakers. First released in 1995, the Air Max 95 was conceived in the mind of legendary designer Sergio Lozano. The Nike Air Max 95 PREM ‘Silver’ is releasing alongside the Air Max 97 ‘Silver Bullet’. The sneaker is layered with gray and silver on the upper. The midsole is white with visible air units. The Nike branding is red to stand out from the silver sneaker. The Nike Air Max 95 PREM ‘Silver’ drops in select stores and online Thursday, April 13th, so check out Where to Cop for details. This sneaker is dropping in men’s and women’s sizes for $160. Air Jordan 11 Retro Low ‘University Blue’ – 528895-106 – 4/15/17 One of the most recognizable silhouettes in the sneaker game, the Air Jordan 11 is a mainstay of the culture. The AJ 11 always sells out, because it is a fire sneaker. Named for the Michael Jordan’s collegiate colors, the AJ 11 Low ‘University Blue’ is constructed with white leather and University Blue patent leather overlays. The Jordan branding on the sneaker is the namesake blue. The sneaker is top off by the icy outsole. The Air Jordan 11 Retro ‘University Blue’ will be available in stores only on Saturday, April 15th, check out Where to Cop for details. They will be in men’s sizes for $175, grade school sizes for $130, preschooler sizes for $75, and toddlers for $55.