Nike Foot Locker Air Max 97/Plus Remix Background, Detailed Look & Resale Value

Nike partners up with its retail partner ‘Foot Locker’ in one of their largest collaborations yet. The Nike Foot Locker Air max 97/Plus Remix Price is TBC and releases on the 8th of August.  Stick around as we go into details of the sneakers and estimate its resale value!

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The Nike Foot Locker Air Max 97/Plus Remix are just two silhouettes out of the multiple sneakers the duo will be releasing. As they are one of Nike’s most popular OG silhouettes, this may be a good cop for many.

Before we estimate their resale values, let’s get into some background information!

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Nike Air Max 97 & Plus| History

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Many sneakers have had their time as the most popular or the most memorable while others, such as the Nike Air Max 97 and Plus are among the category of “Best Sellers”

Christian Tresser & Sean Dowell were responsible for the difficult task of creating the next best running shoe. At the time during the 1990s, Nike running shoes were more than just for running. They were cultural icons and Tresser was told that this sneaker would “Either make or break your career”. No pressure right?

Well it all worked out, The Air Max 97 was a hit and Tresser got to keep his job. Tresser took a lot of inspiration from Tinker Hatfield and used his experience from his time with Reebok.

The sneaker came with exposed Air bags inspired by the Nike Uptempo. The upper meanwhile, had formal wavy patterns and color blocking, giving it a signature look.

The Air Max Plus on the other hand, was an even more of a unique sneaker. Sean Dowell started working for Foot Locker in 1997 and immediately started working on the Air Max Plus. While on a beach in Florida, he took inspiration from the palm trees and lighting while sketching the sneaker.

The end result was an ultra-light-weight Polyurethane sneaker that was an instant hit. Footlocker even conducted market research where the Air Max Plus was place in stores after school hours.

What kids saw as they entered the store mesmerized them. Everyone wanted a pair!

Nike x Foot Locker

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Nike and Foot Locker have always had a very important partnership where both benefited greatly. Foot Locker in 2018 actually started to sell Nike sneakers exclusively including the Air Max Plus and 97.

The campaign was known as “Discover Your Air” and is highly lucrative for both parties. As a result of their ongoing collaborations, Nike and Foot Locker have even opened a joint store recently.

Nike also represents over 70% of sales at Foot Locker stores, making the partnership very ideal for both of them. As Nike’s sales rise, as does Foot Locker’s revenue.

The partnership has seen various exclusive releases by Nike through Foot Locker stores. Some have them have been fairly profitable as well.

To estimate the resale value of the Nike Foot Locker Air Max 97 Remix and Air Max plus Remix, let’s head on over to StockX.

Nike Air Max Plus ‘Greedy’

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From StockX

Retail Price: $170

Peak Resell: $380

Release Date: 12/08/2018

Colorway: Black/Tour Yellow-Team Orange-Chile Red

This Air Max Plus came with the Foot Locker exclusive “Home & Away” pack. The pack let you choose a color that matched your favorite team’s home and away kits.

The sneaker itself is very reminiscent of Sean Dowell’s original sketch of the Air Max Plus. It comes with a blue upper with formal and wavy black lines. A black, white and, blue sole and an exposed air unit finishes off the design.

The resale for these is mediocre but they aren’t exactly bricks either. The average price on StockX is $147 but that’s steadily on the rise. Had you sold these at peak resale, profits would’ve been as high as $210.

Nike Air Max 97 Frequency Pack

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From StockX

Retail Price: $170

Peak Resell: $400

Release Date: 09/14/2018

Colorway: White/Tour Yellow-Black

This Air Max 97 was a project of Nike and Foot Locker after partnering up with rapper Playboi Carti. The theme of the pack included bright yellow and black stripes on the upper to give fans that 90s hip-hop vibe.

This sneaker in general sports an electrifying yellow and black striped upper. A white, yellow and, black sole with an exposed air unit finishes off the design.

On StockX, it’s pretty much the same resale story here. The average selling price is an unimpressive $140 however, resale prices are on the rise. At peak resale, gross profits are around $230. It appears that the Air Max 97 and plus are making a comeback!

Nike Air Max Plus Supernova (2020)

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From StockX

Retail Price: $170

Peak Resell: $350

Release Date: 06/20/2020

Colorway: Black/White-Red

This Nike Air Max Plus was unveiled by Nike along with their partners Foot Locker earlier this year. The pack included 3 Nike Air Max sneakers such as the Air Max 90, Air Max Plus and, Air Max 95.

It features a galaxy themed upper with a black and white be-speckled pattern representing the stars in the milky way. A white mid-sole, black out-sole and a red ‘Swoosh’ completes the design.

On StockX, they’ve been selling for good lunch money. The average selling price is $200 which is a gross profit of $30. At peak resale, gross profits are over $180. See our article for a more detailed look.

The Nike Foot Locker Air Max 97/Plus Remix is expected to have similar resale value.

Nike x Foot Locker Air Max 97/Plus Remix


Retail Price: TBC

Estimated Resell: $200

Release Date: August/8/2020

Nike partners up with its beloved retail partner yet again and returns with some 90s inspired color blocking and patterns used on each sneaker in the pack. The pack features a multitude of OG Nike sneakers such as the Nike Air Force 1, Air Max 1 and, Air Max 90 that release later on.

The first sneaker, the Nike Air Max 97 Remix features white and black stripes with dark grey mudguards. It’s mid-foot on the other hand, comes in a snow camo pattern which backgrounds a small Nike ‘Swoosh’

The second sneaker is the Nike Foot Locker Air Max Plus Remix. It features grey scale plaid with a mix of interesting white patterns that embellish the black denim background of the upper.

A few red hits can be found on the mid-foot and tongue while a black and white sole finishes off the design.

Take a closer look with these images, courtesy of Sneaker News.

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Estimated Resell

Judging by the resale of the aforementioned sneakers, I’d expect small profits from both these sneakers. Nothing too crazy but some lunch money is likely.

To get your money back after applying a standard US tax rate and service fee on StockX. You’d need to sell for at least $200, assuming a $170 retail price. Thus you can expect minor gross profits of $30 if you can sell on websites such as eBay.

Where to Cop

The entire pack is schedule to drop in August while the Nike Foot Locker Air Max 97/Plus Remix releases on August the 8th exclusively on Foot Locker.

Soon after release, you’ll also be able to find them on re-seller websites such as StockX and GOAT.


Nike x Foot Locker Air Max 97/Plus Remix

Retail Price: TBC

Estimated Resell: $200

Release date: August/8/2020

Where to Cop: (Retail) Foot Locker

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Mohammad Yousaf

Mohammad Yousaf

As a business student, Mohammad was thoroughly impressed with where the secondary market was heading for sneakers. He quickly realized that what used to be considered as a side hustle, was now the main income stream for many. He has studied the game ever since.


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