When Tinker Hatfield started brainstorming a sneaker with a visible air unit, even he didn’t know that what would become the Nike Air Max Zero Outlet series would be one of the most iconic lines in sneaker history. The Nike Air Max Zero wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Tinker’s brainstorming sessions back in 1986, as the famed designer revisited an early sketch last year to release a limited run of the model during Air Max Day. You might remember that the OG illustration featured a completely different colorway though, as a vibrant yellow and black allowed for white overlays to keep things clean. Now it looks like that Air Max 0 could finally be making its way to store shelves in the near future, as an actual on-feet shot popped up.
The second annual Air Max Day celebrated the history of visible air by offering up a brand new model in the Nike Air Max Zero on Sale, a model that was inspired from one of the initial sketches created by Tinker Hatfield during the creation of the Air Max 1 in 1987. The shoe manages to blend retro aesthetics with modern technology ranging from a bolstered mesh and fuse all the way to the original outsole of the initial Air Max. The shoe dropped in extremely limited numbers and now will expand to select retailers sooner than expected.
Air Max Day may have come and gone, but not before first giving us an official release of the elder Nike Air Max Zero Men's Cheap. An original design by the great Tinker Hatfield 29 years ago – before the Air Max 1 – is now a new innovation today. Debuting in a White/Navy colorway on March 26, what’s to follow looks to be a the scheme noted in Tinker’s original sketch. Featuring a White/Yellow color palette, Hatfield was recently seen holding the sneaker that directly correlates with the sketch from almost three decades ago. No official word has been made on it the shoe will release, but all signs certainly point towards yes.
Nike is prepped and ready to unleash their latest Nike Air Max Zero Women's Online model into the world in celebration of Air Max Day 2015. The historically inspired Air Max Zero, designed after an initial sketch of the Air Max 1 from 1987, features a blend of retro aesthetics with modern performance materials all in one stylish shell. Fittingly debuting on the Nike-created Air Max Day holiday, the Air Max Zero drops tomorrow, March 26th in limited quantities at select Nike Sportswear retailers worldwide.
The Nike Air Max Zero Shoes Discount is back in a standout new colorway featuring everyone’s favorite light pink shade known as Arctic Orange. While that hue will be getting the limelight due to the upcoming Don C x Air Jordan 2 exclusive to kid’s sizes, there’s still plenty of other models featuring the calming pastel tonal look. The Nike Air Max Zero Sunset combines Arctic Orange with Team Orange on the Air Max 1-inspired midsole while a monochromatic upper adds a perfect option of rSpring 2017.
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