The Nike Air Max LD-Zero debuted during last year’s Air Max Day celebration and is back for this year’s festivities with a clean “Pure Platinum” triple white aesthetic.
The model combined the LD-1000, a classic running shoe lauded for its clean, minimalist and overall Swoosh with what was then the most modern Air Max unit fragment design’s Hiroshi Fujiwara could get his hands on. (Hiroshi also has used the LD-1000 in a past Roshe combination). The Pure Platinum finally seems to do the premium model justice, though, thanks to an icy outsole that contrasts a bolstered suede heel and mesh upper.
There are countless Air Max models that are considered grails by collectors all over the globe. Now celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Air Max 1, a selection of the most coveted grails come together to create the new Air Max 1 ‘Master.’ Featuring everything from Safari print to Elephant print and OG red and blue suede, the Air Max 1 ‘Master’ celebrates icons from all generations.
This Pack will include the Air Max 1 atmos Elephant that originally released back in 2007 along with a brand new colorway of the Air Jordan 3. The Air Max 1 stays true to the design of the original for the most part with a few subtle changes like a Jumpman on the semi-translucent outsole and an elephant printed insole. As for the Air Jordan 3, it comes dressed in Nike’s iconic Safari print for the first time — a tribute to both the 1987 Nike Air Safari (one fourth of the ground-breaking “Air Pack”), and atmos’ 2002 gum-soled Air Max 1 design. The shoes features a black suede upper with safari print on the toe and heel. Other details include hits of green on the Jumpman branding on the tongue and the NIKE AIR branding on the heel, safari-printed insoles, and an icy blue translucent outsole.
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