Another classic silhouette has made its way to NikeiD, prompting more obscure colorways. The Nike Air Max Zero iD allows virtually endless customization for a limited time only.
Designed in 1985, this sneaker is considered the Air Max 1 pre-concept design. While one colorway was released in 2015, true Air Max fans began itching for more. A mesh upper combined with lightweight cushioning makes for an ideal sneaker.
While this silhouette is slightly outdated in comparison to today's technology, they're still fully functional sneakers. In 2016, the Air Max Zero is still considered one of the most comfortable Air Max iterations to date. Nike's even designed a pair for Brazillian Soccer Superstar, Neymar Jr.
The Nike Air Max Zero iD options including speckling, icy soles, and metallic overlays. Most desirable about this silhouette are the monochromatic options. This growing trend is ideal for color blocking and appeals to a wide range of consumers. If you’re interested head over to NikeiD and cop a pair for $190.