Share This Page: This Week's Heat: Nike Air Max 97, Nike SF AF1, and more. So much fire is dropping this week. Check out the hot styles from Air Jordan and Nike and hit the streets, ready for summer. Be sure to stop by your local City Gear for everything here and more. Nike Air Max 97 OG QS 'Metallic Gold' - 5/17/18 - 884421-700 Nike cooked up something special for the new Nike Air Max 97 OG QS (884421-700). This Air Max family member is a true treat for the feet, sharing the same sharp detailing and prestige of its relatives but appearing with a new stylish sleeker ‘Metallic Gold’ build. Premium textile and mesh molded overlay gives a streamlined look and a textured aerodynamic feel. The full-length Nike Air Infused midsole provides optimal impact protection and bounceback to keep you going all day long. Originally created as an experiment in cushioning, these running shoes were made to help you experience the exquisiteness of weightlessness in every step. Check a City Gear near you for the chance to cope a pair of the ‘Air Max 97 OG QS’ in the ‘Metallic Gold’ colorway. The Nike Air Max 97 OG QS 'Metallic Gold' will be available Thursday, May 17th, in stores and online, so check Where to Cop for more info. They will be in Men's and Women's sizes for $160. Nike Air Vapormax 97 'Metallic Gold' - 5/17/18 - AJ7291-700 You’re double the trouble in the new Nike Air Vapormax 97 (AJ7291-700). These ultra rad ‘Metallic Gold’ sneakers are a fusion of two Air Max favorites, pulling pieces from the classic Air Max 97 and the newer Air Vapormax to create a pair of fashionable franken-shoes that give you a swagger that is twice as nice. They come sporting the same sharp detailing and sleek textile build of the ’97 silhouette complete with molded overlay for the original streamlined look and aerodynamic feel, only now, the ultralight uppers attach directly to swollen rubber Vapormax pods without the interference of a pesky midsole. These revolutionary pods utilize the air as effectively as possible, mimicking engine pistons that apply and release pressure in every step to ensure soft springy bounceback. The decision to feature the translucent underfoot marks a turning point in the Air Max lineage and acts as a breath of fresh air to those looking for something a little more contemporary and innovative. Check a City Gear near you for the chance to cope a pair of the ‘Air Vapormax 97s’ in ‘Metallic Gold’ colorway. The Nike Air Vapormax 97 'Metallic Gold' will be available Thursday, May 17th, in stores and online, so check Where to Cop for more info. They will be in Men's sizes for $190. Nike Kid's Air Force 270 'Black' - 5/18/18 - AJ8208-002 Those who don’t jump never learn to fly but the new Nike Kids Air Force 270 (AJ8208-002) can help prepare you for lift off. Now donning a stylish new ‘Light Zen Grey’ and ‘Court Purple’ colorway, these high-top basketball shoes were originally mapped out by Nike designer Dylan Petrenkas to give a new connotation to the long-standing Air Force name, built around a malleable inner bootie, a combination of durable leather and technical textile make up stretchy dynamic uppers locked down by magnetic closure straps for an ultra-comfortable second-skin fit. Cushioned ankle collars provide extra protection while still allowing for free movement so nothing stands between you and the rim. Just below the boldness of the upper is where the real magic lies as a beefed-up air bag unit joins the mid and outsole for the highest volume cushioning that Nike has produced yet. Additional elevated positioning and superior impact protection ensures that you experience the smoothest bounciest ride and helps you master the art of bouncing back. Check a City Gear near you for the chance to cope a pair of the ‘Kids Air force 270s’ in the ‘Court Purple’ colorway. The Nike Kid's Air Force 270 'Black' will be available Friday, May 18th, in stores and online, so check Where to Cop for more info. They will be in Kid's sizes for $145. Nike SF Air Force 1 'Purple' - 5/18/18 - 864024-500 Nike SF Air Force 1 (864024-500) is a remixed take on the classic Air Force 1 silhouette, fitting them with the characteristics of the Nike Field Boots for military professionals and then upgraded them even further for an extraordinarily resilient shoe with a combatant feel suitable enough for urban environments in everyday life. Tonal ‘Court Purple’ suede leather and textile uppers encase the feet and extend upward over the ankles to safeguard from debris and wind chill. A series of customizable ankle straps help lock you onto soft air-cushioned midsoles as thick rubber outsoles give durability and traction so you can storm your city in style to show everyone how you rule and how you live. Check out a City Gear near you for the chance to cope a pair of the ‘SF Air Force 1s’ in the ‘Court Purple’ colorway. The Nike SF Air Force 1 'Purple' will be available Friday, May 18th, in stores and online, so check Where to Cop for more info. They will be in Men's sizes for $180. Nike Air More Money QS 'Purple' - 5/18/18 - AQ2177-500 We all love the smell of brand new money, but now you can love the feel of it too. Get your bucks up and gear up in the Nike Air More Money QS (AQ2177-500). After first being spotted on the feet of some the league’s most prestigious shooting guard hall-of-famers during the 96-97 NBA season, the Nike Air Money was an instant oddity in the world of basketball shoes. The outsoles of the equally popular Air More Uptempos serve as a sturdy base for the reimagined uppers that are stylized with removeable embroidered shrouds and lateral gillies rope-style lacing systems for customization you can see and feel. The silhouette resurfaced with the success of Nike’s Global Currency Pack that appealed to all the paper-chasing sneakerheads of the world. The collection included shoes inspired by a variety of European and East Asian bank notes but despite their success, it’s still all about the Benjamins, baby. Now rereleased in a new ‘Court Purple/Black’ colorway, the second version of the US dollar iteration still holds on to the full-length Air Sole units that provided rich cushioning and optimal bounceback. Bold embroidery and sharp detailing keeps you feeling as crispy as freshly printed bills. Check out a City Gear near you for the chance to cope a pair of the ‘Air More Money QS’ in the ‘Court Purple’ colorway. The Nike Air More Money QS 'Purple' will be available Friday, May 18th, in stores and online, so check Where to Cop for more info. They will be in Men's sizes for $160.