Nike's Air Max 97 is hot this year. For proof,  just look at how the "Silver Bullet," "Gold" and "White Snakeskin" releases have all sold out instantly. If you missed out, then good news abounds, as it looks like The Swoosh is getting set to launch the shoe in another 20 — yes, 20 — new colorways between now and the rest of the year.

As well as rebooted versions of the "Silver Bullet" and "Gold," there will also be "Triple Black" and "Neon" releases — both of which are sure to be in high demand. The upper has been switched up across the board, with some even arriving with a Jacquard construction.

There's no word on stock numbers just yet, but we have an inkling these will be an easier cop than any of the drops in 2017 so far.

Stay posted for further information, and let us know your favorite colorway in the comments below.

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