Nike’s sending sneaker enthusiasts into a frenzy by digging up an old, never released Air Max silhouette, and gearing up for a release that’s sure to be one of the biggest drops of the year. Introducing the Nike Air Max Zero.
Designed by none other than Tinker Hatfield himself, the shoe was originally sketched up back in 1985. That’s right, the Zero was conceived before the iconic Nike Air Max 1. The brand never released the shoe though because it didn’t possess the necessary technology and construction materials to make it happen the way they envisioned. Now 30 years later, Nike has everything they need to make this thing a reality, but they will of course keep the classic Air Max heel unit in place. The shoe is currently available for pre-order, and will release on March 26th with a retail price of $150. [Purchase]