The Air Max Zero’s contribution to sneaker culture is nothing short of momentous. Known as the ‘one before the 1’, the design was Tinker Hatfield’s first Air Max. The story of the shoe being modelled after the Centre de Pompidou is sneaker lore, but knowing the sneaker’s story isn’t enough – you’ve got to take a pair for a spin to appreciate the greatness. If you’re yet to get involved with the Zero, this is your chance. A whole collection featuring some of the line’s most celebrated colourways has just surfaced – snap up this opportunity to dip your feet into Air Max history.
The Nike Air Max Zero collection is available now from Politics.