The Nike Air Max Zero
Sketched in 1986 by the “legendary” Tinker Hatfield , the Nike Air Max Zero was rejected for production by Nike for being too futuristic. Well it is now 2015 and the perfect time for Nike to pull the sketches from the vault and create the Air Max Zero.
From the original drawings, Graeme McMillan designed the shoe to it’s original look incorporating modern materials such as hyperfuse and lightweight mesh, this is definatly a modern classic. With today’s new technology McMillan was able to bring this amazing drawing to life and write another page in Nike’s history books.
$150 available at Nike.com
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