Air Max 0
Lace Swap Recommendations
Depending on your personal style, tastes and preferences, you could swap out OG laces with a variety - below are some of our favorites. Also, be sure to check out our 15 favorite lace swaps for Air Maxes
More About The 0s
Before the Air Max 1 (also known as Air Max 87), legendary sneaker designer Tinker Hatfield designed what we now know as the Air Max 0 (aka Air Max Zero). The sneakers first debuted March 26th, in 2015 after 25 years of being buried in the Nike archives. A second yellow colorway, inspired by Tinker’s original sketch, released on January 21st, 2016. In this regard, zero adds up to the Nike Air Max Zero, an idea put on paper 29 years ago that contained nearly three decades of innovation. It wouldn’t become the first Nike Air Max, but without it, the Nike Air Max 1 would not exist.
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