Nike Air Max Zero Rebajas
Following a white and blue inaugural release, a Tinker Hatfield original will finally release in a colorway noted in his famed sketch from
years past. The Nike Air Max Zero Rebajas
White/Yellow is slated to release in all its nostalgia
tomorrow, January 21. Potential suitors will need to secure the release exclusively through Nike’s SNKRS app, which is growing in regularity
for coveted drops. Hopefully, this OG Nike Air Max Zero Baratas
helps the style pick up steam, and
marks the first in a series of new releases. Of course, as marked on the shoe’s insole, this could simply be a prelude of much more to come
on Air Max Day this March.
So how was this piece of Tinker history unearthed? The Nike Sportswear design team visited the Archives for some inspiration for the upcoming
Air Max Day and upon seeing the sketch, they chose to bring it to life given the historic backstory. Designer Graeme McMillan took charge and
created the Nike Air Max Zero Ofertas
using the Air Max 1 Ultra outsole and some of Nike’s latest
technology and design cues for the upper, with Tinker himself noting that had he been tasked with the Air Max Zero, he would’ve made many of
the same decisions.
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 Comprar
, 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.
Earlier today, Nike officially unveiled the Nike Air Max Zero Precio
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!