Posted by marc February 22, 2016
Nike Air Max Zero Yellow

For decades, Tinker Hatfield's original Air Max concept design existed only on paper, but the silhouette was finally released in 2015. As soon as they sold out, I regretted passing on Nike's new / old sneaker. So when a yellow colorway was teased on Nike's SNKRS app, I immediately opted in to be alerted as soon as they went on sale. Of course, there were technical difficulties and I never got a notification. But it sounds like a third opportunity will arise on Air Max Day, March 26, when the yellow colorway - and possibly a third colorway - will be released. Personally, I'm hoping for a red and white color scheme to align more closely with the Air Max 1 and Air Max 90. We'll keep you posted on more Air Max Day news as it comes!

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