The Air Max Zero is great example of why you shouldn’t scrap an idea that you believe in. Tinker Hatfield dreamt up the Centre Pompidou-inspired shoe way back in ’85, but it didn’t make the cut to become the first Air Max. He didn’t kill the idea though, and held on to it until the time was right in 2015.
The Zero was an instant sellout, and continues to deliver punchy colour schemes like this ‘Binary Blue’ drop. The colour saturates the shoe taking it from Zero to hero by dousing the midsole, upper and all branding.
The Nike Air Max Zero in Binary Blue doesn’t have a confirmed release date, but savour these images and we’ll let you know when one has been announced.