Nike Air Max Zero Tonal Pack
Nike‘s second Air Max Day celebrations in 2015, the Air Max Zero is back in two toned down, Navy and Grey block colour versions. The story behind the original Air Max Zero is based on a concept sketch Tinker Hatfield presented as one of the first options during development of the Air Max 1. The silhouette was a bit more radical in design with it’s one piece wraparound upper which may well have been too advanced to produce easily at the time. The sketch then sat unseen for almost 30 years, until it was decided to create the potential precursor to the original icon of visible air, in celebration of the running breakthrough. The Air Max Zero takes the midsole tooling from the Air Max 1 Ultra, lightweight and free of extra baggage, with the visible air window present on each side. The upper is constructed out of a combination of mesh and hyperfuse overlays, a set of materials unheard of during the original development period in the late 80's, but brought to life in the present day. With the aforementioned materials combined with the original design concept and thought process, the overall finish is a marriage of the two factors which results in something brand new. Both colourways of the Nike Air Max Zero are available online and in size? stores now.