It’s that one-piece crafted upper which manages to set this shoe apart from others. First designed several decades ago by none other than Tinker Hatfield, the shoe went unreleased until earlier this year.
Back in the early days of sneaker production, the Air Max Zero was deemed too costly to manufacture. Thankfully, in the modern age of innovation, this lightweight crafted sneak is now a possibility.
A winning blend of neoprene and mesh is utilised throughout while synthetic overlays adds a protective element. These look especially good in a futuristic shade of metallic silver. To compliment, a swoosh sits across the sidewall in a vibrant mineral blue colourway. This also features to the mudguard at the back of the heel.
Finally, a white midsole sits underfoot complete with a visible Air Unit for that comfortable cushioning across all surfaces.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Nike Air Max Zero Mineral Blue as this is scheduled to arrive shortly via the following retailers.