Last year, in celebration of Air Max Day, Nike released the Air Max Zero, a sneaker that was originally the first Air Max silhouette from the Swoosh, but ended up in Nike's vault after the head honchos at the brand decided to start the Air Max rollout with the release of the Air Max 1. Now, after the successful release of the Air Max Zero last year, the Swoosh plans to bring back the silhouette in its original model.

Designed by Graeme McMillian and inspired by earlier sneaker sketches of Tinker Hatfield, the Air Max Zero represents the start of the Air Max generation for the American sportswear brand. Featuring a slip-on canvas structure and a seamless upper, the silhouette is dressed in three primary colorways -white, rift blue and midnight navy. With the shoe containing an Air Max 1 Ultra outsole and tape supportive overlays, this pair of sneakers offers plenty of breathability and comfort for all users.

With news of the yellow and white version of the Air Max Zero set to release this weekend at select Nike retailers, expect the blue and white Air Max Zero to possibly pop up on Nike's SNKRS App.

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