In March 2016, HTM celebrates the iconic Nike Air Max, adding a new dimension to the elusive collaborative line. For the first time, Hiroshi Fujiwara has crafted a model that reflects his contribution to the longstanding partnership with the Swoosh.

The innovative Nike Air Max LD-Zero H features the classic look of the Air Max silhouette mixed with new features and adaptations. Constructed mainly with a nylon upper, this Air Max sneaker features Nike Flywire technology, providing a better support fit and a more comfortable cushioning on the interior of the shoe. The sneakers overall look is rounded up by a suede heel and a leather back tab, giving it a clean and luxurious finish. In a recent interview with Nike, Fujiwara broke down his latest collab project with Nike: "I love searching through the Nike archives. On a recent visit, I happened to come across the Nike Boston, which was a predecessor to the LD-1000. I thought it would be really interesting to combine that silhouette with the latest technologies available today. Performance technologies are amazing to work with, so I paired the Boston upper with the Air Max 2014 platform."

The latest silhouette from Nike comes after the brand unveiled the latest KD and LeBron basketball sneakers that will drop within the weeks to come. The Nike Air Max LD-Zero H will be available starting Saturday, March 19 at and on Air Max Day at select retailers.

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