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Gold Swarovski x Nike Air Max 97 Already Sold Out

The brand new Women’s Gold Swarovski Crystal Nike Air Max 97 has already sold out for $400 a pair. But more are surely on the way.

The Gold Swarovski Crystal Nike Air Max 97 ($400/pair) dropped today but were swept away before they hit the ground. The sparkly silhouette was inspired by the original Nike Air Max from the year 1997. But this is in a women’s sneaker with a crystal mesh fabric upper made from metal.

Gold Swarovski Crystal Nike Air Max 97

No you are not tripping, the Women’s Gold Swarovski Crystal Nike Air Max 97 is real. There are a lot of reasons it could be sold out. For example it could be super popular and impossible to keep in stock. Or maybe they didn’t make that many because they are crystal mesh.

Normally priced at $160 per pair, the Women’s Nike Air Max 97 features water-ripple lines, reflective piping and full-length Max Air cushioning. It is made from a leather, synthetic or textile upper depending on color, with a foam sole with Max Air cushioning, and a rubber outsole.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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The experimental Swarovski encrusted Nike Air Maxes will hopefully see a bright future, in many different colors and styles. These are real Swarovski crystals attached by Nike representatives in a 90’s inspired street fashion partnership, not some random indie designer.

Learn more about the Women’s Gold Swarovski Crystal Nike Air Max 97 at Nike’s official web store. Why not buy a pair of sneakers while you’re there?

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.