Nike Is Bringing Back the Air Max Zero QS "Vivid Sulfur"

The SNKRS hits retailers for the first time in honor of Air Max Day.

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Tinker Hatfield’s previously unreleased Nike Air Max Zero — the precursor to the Air Max 1 — finally made its long-awaited debut last year in celebration of Air Max Day and, this year, NSW is celebrating the Swoosh-centric holiday with yet another Zero: the return of the “Vivid Sulfur” colorway. Originally released back in January on the SNKRS app, the kicks echo the construction and aesthetic of the original Air Max Zero and employ a combination of yellow and white throughout as contrasting blue accents decorate the lining, Max Air unit and high-wear areas of the rubber outsole.

Retailing for $150 USD, the “Vivid Sulfur” kicks will come to retailers like Rock City Kicks March 26 for the very first time.

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