It was only last year that the Nike Air Max Zero made its debut in the footwear world on Air Max Day. Since its introduction, the simple, yet function shoe has been released in numerous colourways, more notably the recent drop of the “Be True” pair — the sneaker highlights the Swoosh’s support for the LGBT community during Pride month. Going for more monochrome iterations, these new options come in all-white and all-black.
As designer Tinker Hatfiled explained, the Zeros are actually inspired by the Pompidou Center in Paris, France. The elements of the building’s exterior, which has visible windows were translated onto the soles — they show people how this part of the shoes are filled with air. As always, Air Max kicks are great for both casual and running, and with these in your lineup, there’s really no fuss involved when it comes to properly styling them.
Look for these two to hit retailers, like Bodega, in the coming weeks.