Nike’s Air Max Zero will launch in more colorways just in time for the Swoosh’s highly anticipated Air Max Day. The silhouette will be welcomed in two new colorways, both sporting contrasting color blocking. Throughout each edition you’ll find a mix of synthetic and mesh materials along its upper while branding can be found via its lateral and medial Swoosh placements and Nike hit on its heel. Finishing touches are placed on the white colorway thanks to an eye-catching red within its Air Max unit while obsidian coloring appears within the black-based edition. -HB
Nike continues to turn the spotlight on the Air Max Zero with another eye-catchy colorway in “Gym Red.” The retro shoe features a traditional mesh upper in a primary red color with a tonal panel overlay and matching laces, tongue, sock liner and bottom sole. The monochromatic color scheme is contrasted by a crisp white air midsole, which differentiates the Tinker Hatfield model from the famous “Red October” palette. Grab these for $150 USD and is available at Nike retailers. -HB
It looks as if we will be getting another colorway of the Nike Air Max Zero which debuted on last year’s Air Max Day. Originally conceived around the first sketch that Tinker Hatfield drew for the Air Max, the shoe saw an initial release in blue. This time around, Nike is bringing it back to basics and decking the shoe out in yellow and orange — the colors Hatfield used in his sketch. Anticipate this pair to drop on January 21.