A clean white pair of sneakers is a must for any rotation, but if you don’t have a pair in your closet, you’d do well to pick up these Air Max Zeros. The Tinker Hatfield design – the one before the 1 –provided the building blocks for visible Air, lithe silhouettes and everything else wrapped up in Air Max DNA as we know it: it all started when the Zero was put down on paper more than three decades ago. And although the model wasn't made until 2015, the shoe is just as classic as a ‘Triple White’ colourway.
This women’s Nike Air Max Zero in Triple White is available now from Politics.
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