Nike Air Max 97 Silver Bullet DM0028-002
Nike Air Max 97 Silver Bullet DM0028-002
Nike Air Max 97 Silver Bullet DM0028-002
Nike Air Max 97 Silver Bullet DM0028-002
Nike Air Max 97 Silver Bullet DM0028-002
Nike Air Max 97 Silver Bullet DM0028-002

Where to Buy the Nike Air Max 97 ‘Silver Bullet’ 2022 Retro
Release: 11 November 2022

Style Code: DM0028-002

Colourway: Silver Bullet

News of this release was first published on August 4, 2022.

Update November 7, 2022: The Nike Air Max 97 'Silver Bullet' will also arrive on SNKRS, in both a men's and women's size run! Peep the Where to Buy guide below ahead of the November 11 drop.

Update November 4, 2022: It’s a week out from the 2022 retro of the Air Max 97 ‘Silver Bullet’, and more stockists have been announced!

Update October 31, 2022: Peep the stockists who’ll be carrying the Nike Air Max 97 ‘Silver Bullet’ come drop day down below! Stay locked – we’ll keep this Where to Buy guide updated as more retailers come forward.

Update October 26, 2022: Finish Line are among the first retailers to confirm a release date for the Nike Air Max 97 ‘Silver Bullet’ 2022 retro! They’ve scheduled a November 11 drop, so other retailers should be following suit, along with a direct Nike release too. Stay tuned for our Where To Buy guide!

There have been some major sneaker milestones in 2022, and one that Nike aren’t forgetting is the 25th anniversary of the shiny Air Max 97 in its OG ‘Silver Bullet’ colourway. The Christian Tresser classic hasn’t aged a day thanks to its futuristic styling and literally flashy colourway, and now both diehard fans and newcomers can enjoy the latest reissue that is due this year.

Official images have emerged of the 2022 retro, and most sneakerheads will know exactly what they’re getting. The all-silver upper alternates between smooth synthetic, breathable mesh and reflective strips, earning its straightforward ‘Silver Bullet’ nickname. There are some subtle pops of colour that prevent the shoe from looking like a Tin Man PE, namely the red hits on the embroidered arch Swooshes, tongue branding and pull tabs.

Furthermore, the almost full-length Air Max sole remains one of the model’s idiosyncratic points, bridging the heel and forefoot cushioning units together. It’s also worth noting the multicoloured outsole, which sees white and red strips weaving between the black rubber tread.

Barring shipping delays, the Air Max 97 ‘Silver Bullet’ 2022 retro will arrive at Nike retailers this year. In the meantime, learn how this sneaker became a cult favourite over in Italy here.

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