The Nike Air Max Zero was drawn by Tinker Hatfield way back in 1985. When your hear people relaying the story of the Air Max being inspired by the Centre Pompidou’s architecture – this model was the line's blueprint.
Since it was brought back for 2016’s Air Max day, releases have slowly been trickling out – although often in saturated pinks, yellows and greens. However, the Zero is seeing some more restrained colourways and this ‘Black/White’ is the most recent. The Hyperfuse and mesh upper is saturated in ink-black while the midsole is left a pristine white.
The Nike Air Max Zero Black/White doesn't have an official release date, but stay with us and you'll know as soon as it's out.
Images via US11.