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Posted on Mar 22, 2017 in Nike, Sole Movement | 0 comments

In celebration of the 30th Air Max Day, Nike is set to release another gem in the Air Max LD-Zero.  Crafted by famed fragment designer Hiroshi Fujiwara, the Nike Air Max LD-Zero H Unisex Shoe fuses a LD1000 upper with the latest Max Air unit to deliver  modern street-style icon.

The Air Max LD-Zero was recreated as a nod to the clean, minimal ‘70s design aesthetic of the Nike LD1000, Fujiwara’s favorite sneaker. He recreated the LD1000 in vintage suede-over-nylon materials sourced from the archive, covered the entire shoe is his signature obsidian and white palette, but added hits of black, including a blacked-out Max Air unit, for added sophistication.

All materials are as close to their point of origin as possible, chosen to match the touch, color, and texture of the originals perfectly. To the eye and hand, they appear exactly the same. The Nike Air Max LD-Zero drops on Air Max Day, March 26 at Commonwealth and selected Nike stores for Php 8,995.

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