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Nike Air Max Zero for Sale

The Cheap Nike Air Max Zero 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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Nike is prepped and ready to unleash their latest Air Max model into the world in celebration of Air Max Day 2015. The historically inspired Nike Air Max Zero for Sale, 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.

This Thursday, Nike will unveil the latest installment of their heralded Air Max legacy of footwear called the Nike Air Max Zero Online. While were are trained to expect new Air Max models attached with a yearly suffix, Nike turned back the clock to this early sketch that pre-dates the Air Max 1 (and was intended to be the first Nike sneaker with visible Air). For Air Max Day, Nike and its designers brought the drawing to life, complete with an Air Max 1 Ultra outsole and a revamped upper that boasts Nike's latest advancement in materials (the mono-filament mesh upper being one of 'em).

Earlier today, Nike officially unveiled the Nike Air Max Zero Shoes to the public eye while revealing the incredible story behind the shoe's inception. This silhouette was almost entirely based on one of Tinker Hatfield's original sketches, but the incredible part of this whole saga is that the sketch in question was created almost thirty years ago and predates the Air Max 1. The legendary designer had been regularly pumping out next-level creations on paper that were deemed unfit for production simply because they were too advanced, so imagine all the other "scrapped" ideas that are buried somewhere on campus!

After debuting on Nike's Air Max Day 2015, the Nike Air Max Zero Men/Women hasn't seen any action since. After some leaked images and speculation over the last few months, it looks like we're finally getting a second colorway of the shoe based off Tinker Hatfield's original sketch for the first Air Max running shoe, in the same white and yellow scheme as the aforementioned sketch. Preview the Air Max Zero "OG" here via the official Nike images, and expect it to release on January 21, 2016.

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