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Nike Air Max Zero Order
« en: 28 de Agosto de 2018, 04:14:42 am »

The Nike Air Max Zero Cheapest is the latest model to get in on the Air Max 97 trend. Later this week we’ll see a number of different Air Max silhouettes don the “Silver Bullet” look featuring that Metallic Silver, but if that aesthetic isn’t for you, there are still more classic colorways to be referenced during the AM97’s 20 year anniversary. We’re speaking of the Nike Air Max 97 Metallic Gold, of course. This is the first time we’ve seen that colorway translated onto a different Air Max model, as the Nike Air Max Zero Metallic Gold features touches of red on the heel counter while gold mesh and synthetic overlays match a metallic visible air unit borrowed from the Air Max 1.

Earlier today, Nike officially unveiled the Nike Air Max Zero Discount 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!

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 for Sale 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 celebrated Air Max Day in a big way in 2015 by releasing the Nike Air Max Zero Shop, a sneaker that originally lived as a conceptual design decades ago. In January, the yellow version on Tinker’s sketch released exclusively through the SNKRS App, but sources say that the yellow/black pair will indeed make a return during the 2016 Air Max Day festivities. In addition, a new, never-before-seen colorway of the Zero is also scheduled to drop. Air Max Day is held annually on March 26th, so expect Nike to bring out some other heat as we lead up to this tradition that while celebrated since the 90s, has become official just two years ago.

After debuting on Nike’s Air Max Day 2015, the Nike Air Max Zero Order 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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