Air Max Zero

When legendary Nike designer Tinker Hatfield was conceptualising what would soon become the Nike Air Max 87, one of his first concept sketches was deemed 'too futuristic' and impossible to create. The scrapped sketch was found some thirty years later, and became the Nike Air Max Zero.

a chance to design the next colorways of the Nike Air Max Zero with some of Nike’s best footwear designers. Those eight participants were Annie Leblanc, Sam Gordon, Lincoln Markham, Mark Thomas (featured Air Max Zero), Sulivan Gwed, Kaycee Rice, Mademoiselle Gloria, and Wang Junkai. Each pair basically sports their own style that is highlighted by different patterns and graphics.